Monday, October 28, 2013

Go Make A 3D Printed Spaceship...

by SandWyrm

If you head over to the Sandboxr website, they have a web app up that will let you (after creating an account) assemble your own custom 3D printed spaceship. Using any combination of Ender's Game themed parts and colors.

Welcome to the future. Prices are a bit high, but the models come in full color, no painting required.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Bits search; chaos head

By TheGraveMind

I'm looking for 30+ of this bit. It is a standard Chaos marine helmet. I'd prefer to do a trade, I have tons of tyranid, Marine, and chaos bits. I also have a good amount of Dark eldar, Eldar, and Tau bitz to trade. I'd accept any amount I can get. I'll buy and work out shipping if the quantity dictates.


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

The Big Fish Smell Blood...

by SandWyrm

The Chapterhouse vs. Games Workshop case is getting interesting again. Settlement negotiations have broken down, GW's top lawyer has just left the company, and a new high-profile law firm is circling the case. All indications are that CH is intending to appeal, and turn this case into a landmark IP decision with broad-reaching effects on more than just our little hobby industry.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Indiana 40K Championship

By Spaguatyrine

November 2nd and 3rd is the weekend where the Indiana Championship will happen....Will your name be engraved on this?

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Here comes the Titan!

By Spaguatyrine

A nice look at a chaos warhound titan I won at Feast of Blades.  The detail is amazing.  I like ....

GW's Golden Girls

by SandWyrm

So like most folks, I didn't really 'get' why GW would release a $40.00 copy/paste Sisters Of Battle Codex. One that you could only view on an iPad. Then it hit me. They don't actually expect us to buy it.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Quick hit on Feast of Blades

By Spaguatyrine

Driving back from Denver, I thought I would send a quick update about Feast of Blades.  I will do an in depth write up later.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

3D Sculpting too coarse?

By Chambers
H. R. Giger eat your heart out

In many of the debates I have read here, and elsewhere, regarding 3D printing one of the most common criticisms is the inability of 3D printers to achieve any kind of fine detail.  While this is not ready for prime time yet we might have turned the corner, an entire room was sculpted using 3D printing.

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