Russian T-15 Armata


Size: 1/100 - 15mm
Price:
Sale price£16.00

Description

3D Printed Russian T-15 Armata

Perfect for any modern warfare game setting - available in a range of scales, just ask and we'll get a price to you.

This is a two piece print.

All miniatures are printed on high resolution printers with the appropriate resin. Everything will be cleaned and prepped prior to dispatch.

!! Important !! Please ensure you have checked and are happy with the estimated delivery date at checkout. These timescales will change based on how busy we are. We will work to the estimated delivery date provided at time of purchase.

We run a print to order service with multiple printers operating 24/7, if you have a specific print requirement in either FDM or resin please get in touch and quotes will be supplied. All models in this collection are available individually, please let us know if you require separate prints.

Be aware that all resin prints use supports to ensure successful printing, we will remove and clip these but some filing may be required. If a miniature is big enough that we have printed it hollow then you will need to clean and fill where the drainage holes have been situated.

Please note that we do our best to print in grey but given the state of the world our print colour may vary depending on what we can get hold of at the time.

If you have any problems please get in touch with us direct and we will do our best to rectify the situation. Thank you for taking the time to look at our listing.

The Badger 3D Creations Team.
for taking the time to look at our listing.

The Badger 3D Creations Team.

Customer Reviews

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Halvor Foss
Is it really 3D printed?

Gone are the annoying "steps" between print layers - very good!
No "bumps" created by still warm plastic settling!
Excellent details, but slats behind rear doors are not included.
Clearly to be recommended.
Old grouch that I am - why not make the tracks separate and let us glue them on after painting - painting when made as part of the print is a pain in you-know-what. Oh well, everybody seems to print tracked vehicles that way.

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