Kit are the same as buying a plastic model kit and assemble and finishing is required (please note the picture shows the model in 'kit' from before final sanding and surface clean up ) Studio scale sci-fi models from TV and Cinema We make models in studio scale or larger ! these models are static representations of the original studio models used These are not resin moulds or cast plastic there are 1st generation prototyping models taken from a 3d file and printed out: using SLA and FDM printing technology. Every single model I make are printed out on peopoly phenom L Anycubic max and cr-10 printers .these are the largest printers available on a primary layer height of 0.1000 mm or even less! That’s about as fine as you can print with in practical time frame (parts can take weeks to print out) with 3d The SLA printing has no lines at all! however due to the scale of some of the models we make FDM printing is also used and Even at this quality you still have visible lines with this PLA plastic which would be visible in the BASIC options , ABS is much finer but not stable and prone to warp and cracking during the process and not good for production of large models like these. This is basically a plastic model with a honey comb structure between the layers as its builds up ;FDM it can tolerate temp; to 150 degrees before any warping might occur SLA has no issue with heat It takes roughly 2 to 3 months to complete one model this includes the fine sanding and painting time; (this time frame is is based on availability of the printers at the time of making your ordering it is first come bases ) I have currently 12 printers printing models 24 /7 and I am adding more printers all the time,


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