The 3D-printed figure specialist adds diversity to its range of products, with guttering, chimneys and downpipes for buildings, available in a multitude of guises, alongside its growing range of figures.
3D scanning and 3D printing model figure specialist has revealed a number of new additions to its range. Launching its A4 colour printed catalogue, also available as a pdf, new items include additional figures across different modelling eras, plus architectual details.
Guttering, including half round and ogee profile gutters, square and round outlets and stop ends have been added, plus square and round pipe fittings, all said to have improved wall thickness to bring them closer to scale. Using the components, it is possible to add guttering and downpipes to suit the majority of scenarios.
A house kit, enhanced with the new chimneys. 10 designs are available, including crowns, cannons, rectangular spiked and hooded round chimneys.
Square and round pipe fittings, with improved wall thickness to bring them closer to scale have also been introduced.
In other news, locomotive crew packs, for Western, Midland, Eastern and Southern Regions have been introduced. Each pack includes a driver, fireman, three locomotive head lamps and a tail lamp with lenses to fit.
A number of diesel-era model-specific drivers have been added to its figure range, too.
For more details of its range and to download your copy of the new catalogue, visit the Modelu website.