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ReedOak 1/32 Modern US Navy Deck Crew

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I just discovered these figures being produced by ReedOak Rubber Composites utilizing the 3D printing process.  Detail and quality look to be truly outstanding.  I ordered the three different deck crew in 1/32 (54mm) for an upcoming Trumpeter A-6E vignette I have in mind.

 

http://reedoak.com/

 

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They are definitely 3D scanned real people. 

I want to see what the resin looks like! 

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That's pretty amazing!  3D printing is going to have a huge impact on the hobby.

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A few photos of ReedOak's upcoming figure releases, these are outstanding!

 

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All hands on deck! .........ReedOak figures arrived in the post this week, these are the 1/32 (54mm) modern USN aircraft carrier crew.  Showing them just as they came out of the package, no pour blocks, seams, flash or even assembly.  Simply in awe of these.

 

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Wow!

 

They seem to be setting the standard for 3D printed figures. Is there any kind of layering visible like you would normally find from the 3D printing process?

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No layering whatsoever, these are just like extremely well cast resin figures but without the usual cleanup involved with the casting process.

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