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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/signumgames/527267827?ref=3nzxlc&token=1a256880&mc_cid=28db65d226&mc_eid=abdb3f3c83

 

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Signum Workshop is a division of Signum Games company that specializes in the creation of high-quality fantasy miniatures in STL format for self-printing.

Signum Games have been creating and casting fantasy resin miniatures for several years, and our miniatures have a lot of admirers from all over the world. 3D printers are nowadays becoming more and more popular, therefore we decided to join the market and make our miniatures more accessible to you.

The imagination of our artists and modellers have no borders, and sometimes there are just too many new characters (or variations of one character) for us to be able to cast all at once in resin. But we don't want new characters to just gather dust on the hard drive and wait for their time to come. After all, now we finally can share all our new products with you!

 

All of our miniatures have 32mm scale, which was not a suitable scale for some board games. All our models in files will be pre-assembled and have an option of individual parts.

 

You can learn all about the quality of our models and to print files simply by clicking on the link and download a free model!

 
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The Signum Workshop project is only at the very beginning of its journey, so we will be happy to see your support, questions, advice, and comments on Patreon! 

By supporting us on Patreon, every month you will get access to a new set of STL files of our newest miniatures.

 

Dear friends,

this set introduces 4 factions that will appear on our Patreon in the future.

You will meet Plague fighters from the far East, proud warriors from the hot South, harsh warriors from the cold North, and adventurers from the mountains of the West.

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Ugh!  Legends of Signum again?!  I only have one of their models and I want some more bad!

 

I will keep any eye on this but they always launch campaigns when the money isn't right for me.  Maybe some day I will get a 3d printer

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On 10/23/2020 at 8:38 AM, SamuraiJack said:

They are also selling resin versions

 

Yeah, but shipping from Ukraine...

 

I don't have a 3D printer, I want a 3D printer,  but I think I have enough of a backlog.  :down:

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The one order I did wasn't "bad" but it was certainly longer than I wanted.  It was about three weeks, I think.

 

I like that whole "instant gratification" thing.  It's not that I can't wait, I'd just prefer not to.

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