The Wardroid Bundle contains six unique files: two Wardroid Heads, two Wardroid Hands, the Wardroid Leg and the Wardroid Foot. The old ones left behind a desolate world - the result of a catastrophic war shrouded in mystery. No one knows who fought, or why, the only clues that remain being the giant, dismembered wardroids that give the graveyard its name.
All of our products are downloadable STL files compabitable with most slicing software (eg Cura for Ultimaker) and are scaled for 25-35mm wargaming and roleplaying minatures.
All of our models are designed to print without supports, however some of the larger models will print better when using supports. If you're unsure it can't hurt to use them! Should you choose to use supports these can be added when you slice our STL files ready for your printer.
These are finely detailed models so we recommend printing with 'fine' settings but they can also be printed with default settings. Of course the larger the model the longer the print so we sometimes choose to print some of our models using default settings to save time.
Of course all filament printers can leave behind some residue, or as we call it “webbing”, so some bobbles or faint strings are to be expected when printing - simply use a blade to gently slice the excess away, as you would with HIPS models that come on frames.
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