A.R.S.E - RC Ammo Drone
When Johnny can't get to the spot this little guy can get the rest of the way.
Autonomous Radio-controlled Surveillance and Enforcement (A.R.S.E) - RC Ammo Drone - STL
Over the years we have experimented with many different ways to keep people stocked up on the battlefield, humans made great subjects for this battlefield roll due to them being plentiful in nature, unfortunately it soon became apparent that the short lifespan of the gun runners was a real turnoff and saw many runners disposed of prematurely in the face of withering fire.
So we came up with these Battlefield Utility Mech’s to keep you supplied in the field, cheaper than organics and easier to repair too. These BUM’s can help you get stuck deeper into the action than ever before.
This model is scaled for small medium and large sizes; it is supposed to be a small RC car however you may wish to have it larger in your particular game. Small would be recommended for games like Gaslands, medium for 28mm scale games and large for around 32mm
This STL file set is designed for resin printers and will print best with a 0.02 to 0.05mm layer height, FDM may be used however some details may be missed.
Supports are needed for this model and so pre supported versions are also included in the download.
It fits any Sci-fi, Dystopian future, post- apocalyptic or collapsed society.
The model measures approx.:
The small model measures approx. 17mm x 18mm x 14mm
The medium model measure approx. 22mm x 24mm x 19mm
The Large model measures approx. 21mm x 38mm x 24mm
It is designed for 28mm table top games such as:
Judge Dredd, Necromunda, Fallout Wasteland, Infinity, Konfilkt ’47, Kill Team, WH40K, sci-fi RPG’s and Star Wars Legion. They are also good to add flavour to RPG’s such as SLA Industries and Paranoia!
See the blog post on the CRD drones for details about these drones’ masters in the field.
See the blog post notes on scales about resizing STL files
Some of the images supplied are computer generated and are for reference. They are images of the files that will be 3D printed.
Print in place parts may need some work to loosen them up after print. Once free, run them through full travel several times to wear them in.