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  1. I'm assuming you mean FDM 3D printers. The kind that adds layers or hot plastic to create a model from bottom up. The quick answer is yes, but depending the type of plastic you are using. Some need more heat than others. On my printer (CR-10), I wait about 5 minutes for the model to cool before I try to take it off the build plate. I use a piece of glass on top of the build plate to make a good platform for the model. The glass is very durable and doesn't scratch, even when I use a putty knife to scrape off the plastic.
  2. I checked my game logs on BoardGameGeek for last year. It was a banner year for games and painting for me. 58 total games played across all genre. 20 of them I consider historical. The most common were Flames of War and 2nd Fleet. FoW is a miniatures game, but 2nd Fleet is a hex-n-counter game. Though I have considered "miniaturizing" 2nd Fleet with 1/285th size ships and a custom map. It could make for a very striking convention game. Although, I painted more this year than ever before, I am still woefully behind on my collection. And, predictably, I'm backing the Bones V kickstarter. Because I'm a crazy miniature gamer. For 2020, I expect to be playing alot of Saga both Age of Vikings and Age of Magic. I'm on the staff of MillenniumCon and we will be hosting the World Championship of Saga in November. I look forward to getting a bunch of practice games in and hopefully find a spot on a team for the championships.
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