minigenera-59 and their early 20th century 1/72 AFVs from this "new to me" 3D printer

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CarlL
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minigenera-59 and their early 20th century 1/72 AFVs from this "new to me" 3D printer

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re minigenera-59 and their early 20th century 1/72 AFVs from this "new to me" 3D printer

and ebay shop at
https://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/minigenera-5 ... 7675.l2562

This 3D printer / trader has many interesting afvs at reasonable prices and despite being based in Portugal P&P charges seem reasonable for buying several models.

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A wargaming friend tells me this 3D printer has a facebook page and it is cheaper to buy direct via facebook.
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Re: minigenera-59 and their early 20th century 1/72 AFVs from this "new to me" 3D printer

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I forgot to add this 3D printer also prints in 1/56 and 1/30 scale too, which I didnt realise when setting up my subject line.

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Good quality prints and excellent finishing/presentation of the models, really nice part firebrand assembly too....my 1940 French have been heavily reinforced this year!
Ask for combined shipping from Pedro by message and he can better the rates on Ebay......Every time I browse the store he has new goodies!

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CarlL wrote: 21 Dec 2019, 16:29 I forgot to add this 3D printer also prints in 1/56 and 1/30 scale too, which I didn't realise when setting up my subject line.

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Re: minigenera-59 and their early 20th century 1/72 AFVs from this "new to me" 3D printer

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Lots of examples of painted vehicles and conversions on João Peixoto blog at

http://jpwargamingplace.blogspot.com/

for example a Polish TKS-TD

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