Green Stuff World - 3D Printed Set - Micro Rivets - Conical

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Hobby Micro Rivets - Conical

In the world of modeling and miniatures, bolts play a vital role in simulating connections and joints. These small elements, commonly found on objects like AFVs, vehicles, aircraft, and structures, enhance detail and realism.

By replicating the look of fastened joints, it brings authenticity to models. Their representation can vary based on scale, materials used, and personal preferences. They are particularly popular for converting Gunpla, Gundams, and futuristic robots, adding intricate details to these creations.

Notably, even in the Warhammer 40,000 universe, Orks recognize the value of fasteners in their construction projects. The Orks rely on their unique technological abilities driven by the "Waaagh!" energy, a belief system where collective faith makes things work. This enables the Orks to create functional machinery and structures despite their primitive designs.

The use of rivets in modeling and miniatures serves several purposes:

  • Visual intricacy: Rivets visually represent the bolts in real-life objects, enhancing complexity and realism.
  • Authenticity: Their inclusion contributes to accurate representations of the subjects being modeled.

You can create your own rivets and nuts with our silicone mold using any putties and resins.

For hobbyists seeking to enhance their projects, a set of 3D-printed miniature fasteners, including various shapes and sizes, is now available. Crafted with precision using high-quality resin, these elements allow modelers to add detailed embellishments, bringing their creations to life.

Each set offers over 130 meticulously crafted elements, enabling modelers to add precise and refined details. With these rivets at hand, you can elevate your modeling experience, immersing yourself in the art of construction.

This product comes unpainted and is ideal for 25-28-35 mm miniatures (1:76, 1:48, 1:35).

This is a 3D-printed set containing more than 130 Elements.

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