Men-at-arms with polearms in 6mm for Late Medieval games, mostly historical like the War of the Roses, but could also be used in fantasy. The models come with a pre-supported version.
The soldiers carry various pole arms (plus a few maces), like two types of spears, halberds, ahlspiess, poleaxes, and a couple other exotic weapons. There are six types of helmets and two main types of armor, one with fluted "skirt", which represents a steel armor, and another with a longer but smooth skirt, which can be painted as clothing (the difference is minor in this scale, though, so you could probably paint them all any way you want.)
The models come in pressuported (sup_ preffix) and unsupported versions, and are divided in two main poses: attacking and marching. Attacking models are for the first two ranks and are thrusting forward with their weapons. Because the second rank is also doing the same, each strip has a code so the two ranks fit together nicely (1a -first rank- goes with 1b -second rank-, 2a with 2b, and so on.) The leader strip doesn't have a "b", just use any marching model. The code is in the object's file name and under the miniature base.
Marching models have an identification code (1 to 10) but can be arranged in any way (they are also somewhat easier to paint given their simpler poses.) They are walking, shouting, raising their weapons, and so on. As is shown in the pictures, both types can be combined (two attaking ranks + two marching ranks.)
Printing the miniatures should be easy and fast, and you have the settings I have used below. Removing the supports (not with your fingers!) should be done carefully (but they are thin and should come off easily,) and if you prefer to remove them once cured, I assume that could be done, too. Given their long and top-heavy nature, halberds should be handled with extra care, especially before curing. All the other weapons are very sturdy despite their small size.
Feel free to leave any comments or questions.