Firing for effect! Using the tripod mounted target designator/rangefinder, an Artillerist can call in and direct precise artillery strikes. The best of these dinos boast that they can swat a fly off your nose using an artillery piece positioned 50 miles away. Don't try this at home...
The Raygun Raptors are an extensive collection of miniatures providing you with many troop types and their associated weapons. Find out more on the Kickstarer page: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/treadheadrad/raygun-raptors-army-of-3d-printable-sci-fi-miniatures
This set contains one miniature with eight head options: four with helmet and four without.
You can download a free sample miniature and see more awesome prints from our backers here: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-128715
No printer? No problem! Purchase prints from here: Gamers Hobby
The models have been designed to print well on both FDM and SLA/DLP machines. They have been tested on an Ultimaker 3, a Prusa Mini as well as the low price Monoprice Mini Delta. Pre-supported files are also provided, with supports generated in Chitubox.
Miniatures are scaled to 28/32mm but they have been successfully printed by a Kickstarter backer at 15mm as well, using a resin printer.
The miniature is provided in five different zip files. Each of these provides you with the complete set of files, so you only need to choose one that best suits your needs.
- STL for resin – unsupported files in STL format, best suited to resin printers.
- STL for FDM – similar to the above but optimised for FDM printers. Models are split into more parts and oriented for best results.
- Pre-supported Chitubox – files with supports for resin printers, in Chitubox format. This format allows you to modify the supports.
- Pre-supported STL – same as above, but in STL format. The supports are “baked-in” and can't be modified.
- Posed in situ – a special set of files for printing the miniature in one piece. These have to be combined before printing. Do not attempt to print these parts and glue them together afterwards, as they won't fit.