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Hazard Symbol Miniature Bases

by Tothe, published

Hazard Symbol Miniature Bases by Tothe Nov 6, 2012

Description

These are miniature bases for tabletop war games. Diameters are 25mm, 40mm, and 60mm. The original set includes all versions with 4mm platform height + 1mm design height. Includes the radiation symbol and the biohazard symbol in all sizes, and a crude 25mm skull-and-crossbones "bonus" for your entertainment.

UPDATE 26 May 2013: Individual 25mm versions are 3.2mm platform height to match my other base designs. Also uploaded here: thingiverse.com/thing:90269

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 Thanks! I actually posted them here because of this: http://www.kickstarter.com/pro.... I should probably also post a 30mm size.

Man, those are awesome. I may have to print some out and use them for some post-apocalyptic warband I'm putting together. Well done!

I hadn't seen those. I'm new to Thingiverse, and just wanted a place to publish the designs I've made. Those are cool though. Did you also use the official geometry ratios?

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Instructions

Print at 1:1 scale.

Bases drawn with 4mm base height + 1mm design height. Choose your print settings as you see fit with this in mind.

Let me know if there are any issues with these files and I will update if needed. I'm still building my RepRap.

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dutchmogul on Nov 10, 2012 said:

Man, those are awesome. I may have to print some out and use them for some post-apocalyptic warband I'm putting together. Well done!

Tothe on Nov 10, 2012 said:

 Thanks! I actually posted them here because of this: http://www.kickstarter.com/pro.... I should probably also post a 30mm size.

Tothe on Nov 6, 2012 said:

I hadn't seen those. I'm new to Thingiverse, and just wanted a place to publish the designs I've made. Those are cool though. Did you also use the official geometry ratios?

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