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Build-A-Bot Workshop - Customisable Urban Neutralization & Tactics – 3D printed model
The urban neutralization drones are the fore runners to the consumer research drones, that have brought terror and new products to people living in newly pacified and gentrified ares all over the urban sprawl, these tactical droids were able to clear large city blocks with ease. Their simple programming seeing threats all around enabled them to effectively wipe out city blocks and inspire all the inhabitants to live aspirational on-trend lifestyles, to the advantage of the homeware and garden department.
Now these militarised drones are yours to create stunning armies of mindless robots to flatten all opposition and bolster any of your top fighting forces, raining down heavy ordinance upon the rank and file
They fit any Sci-fi, Dystopian future, post- apocalyptic or collapsed society.
This is a multi-part model printed with high quality resin; this miniature can be used in 28mm games.
The model measures approx.:
26mm x 26mm x 35mm @28mm scale
See the short story post on the Birth of the CRD for more details about these urban pacification specialists and how they came to exist.
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!
Scale is 28mm as standard, other scales are available on request, if the scale you desire is not listed please contact sales to see if we can accommodate you.
Resin models are printed at 0.05mm layer height
Some clean-up and finishing may be required.
Some of the images supplied are computer generated and are for reference. They are images of the files that will be 3D printed.
Models are supplied unpainted and will be printed to order.
We use recycled packaging!
This does not mean you item will be treated with any less respect but it does mean less waste. See our blog post on packaging for more information.