Giant Scarab (Giant Scarab) - Tabletop Miniature
Giant Scarab (Giant Scarab) - Tabletop Miniature - 3D printing resin/ resin is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Our Giant Scarab is an impressive tabletop miniature that is part of Chapter 36 - Sands of the East - Volume 1. Using our high-precision 3D SLA printing technology, we have produced this model with impressive details and fine structure. It comes in gray and can be painted by you to give it your own personal touch.
The Giant Scarab has an impressive size (60mm x 49mm / 50mm base) and fits perfectly into your tabletop game. Bring this majestic creature onto the battlefield and let it amaze your opponents with its imposing presence.
Plunge into the epic world of the Sands of the East and bring your games to life with this impressive Giant Scarab miniature. Paint them your way and let them become part of your tactical strategy as you conquer the desert.
This product is the perfect complement for a wide range of tabletop games including: Stargrave, Battletech, Infinity, Reaper Miniatures, Gates of Antares, Fallout Wasteland Warfare, Judge Dredd, Starfinder, Warpath, Warzone Resurrection, Core Space, Deadzone, Wolsung Steampunk, Aristeia, 40k, Killteam, Necromunda, Star Wars Legion and Warmachine.
3D SLA printing
In gray to color yourself
Just a little hint for you: The miniatures come to you unpainted and some of them have to be assembled by yourself - a bit of superglue can work wonders here! Sometimes there can be small residues or slight damage caused by the support structures, unfortunately these cannot always be completely avoided. But don't worry, this will not affect the quality of your model.
However, it should be noted that due to the SLA 3D printing process, there may be slight distortion (up to 1mm) on larger parts. However, these small imperfections are easy to fix with modeling putty (Green Stuff).
It's just a small part of the process that gives your set a unique character. Have fun painting and assembling!
While the figures are fun to play with, it is important to remember that they are not suitable for young children. There is a risk that small parts can break off. Miniatures should not be considered toys.