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Scatter Pucks - Rocks

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This Scatter Pucks - Rocks piece is the perfect thing to keep your miniatures paint steady and ready to go! Serving as a paint pot holder, it will fit citadel style paint pots and prevent them from coloring your tabletop. It will work great for your next wargaming miniatures painting session as you can focus on painting your miniatures for D&D, Warhammer 40k, Pathfinder, Fallout, Necromunda, Kings of War, or Heroscape.

📦 Includes: 1 Piece
📐 28mm-32mm
❗️  FDM Miniature


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All prints vary in size based on designer files. Miniatures are scaled for 28mm tabletop miniature games and are approximately 28mm-32mm unless otherwise specified. Images show the product on a 1-inch grid with a standard 20 sided die. Processing time for all 3D printed products varies from 1-14 days. Extremely large orders may take longer. Some items may be shown in pictures that are not included, contact us if you are unsure of what you are purchasing.

We do not accept returns on any product. Please email us pictures of any defective or broken model within two days of delivery for a replacement.

All of our 3D printed items are 3D printed PLASTIC and are not real. While our specific purpose is for Dungeons and Dragons tabletop miniature role-playing games, our models have a wide range of use. Customers have successfully used our miniatures and terrain for Warhammer 40k, Pathfinder, Fallout, Necromunda, Gaslands, Kings of War, Blood Bowl, Heroscape, and many other 28mm scale wargames. We have also had many customers purchase terrain to use with S Scale Trains, 1/32 and 1/35 scale scenes.

Our models are 3D printed and may show minor imperfections or print lines. Some of our miniatures may require assembly, sanding, or priming. Priming is not required, and any miniature or spray primer will do. We recommend Gorilla Gel glue for any assembly of our miniatures.

Our FDM miniatures are 3D printed with PLA plastic and are not as highly detailed as our resin miniatures. They are printed using a higher quality polylactic acid plastic made from corn grain and are tougher than most PLA prints. PLA is intended for indoor use and has a melting point of 120°F.

Our photopolymer UV plastic resin miniatures are 3D printed with the USA-made resin manufactured by 3D Resin Solutions and offer excellent shock and impact resistance. Exposing unpainted UV miniatures to sunlight will continue the curing process, and miniatures may harden, become brittle, or have a color change. Learn more about our resin here: https://www.3dresinsolutions.com/

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Rocks

This little guy is great. Finally I won’t knock over my wash . Couldn’t wait to paint it up even though it’ll probably get covered in paint 😂

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The best puck outside of a hockey rink

Wow. I didn't know these existed until I came onto this website and curiously clicked on the link for 'pucks'. I work with Citadel paints currently, and one concern I have had is knocking over a paint pot onto my table. I work on our kitchen table as my hobby area, so not only would that be a bad thing for the table, but we all know how much paint can run you these days. No one wants to use it up smearing the puddle you made across your work surface.

One thing could have gone wrong with this product and that is sizing. However, the Citadel pot fits in with about, maybe, a millimeter or less of gao around it. That is rather important since too much and the pot will slop around in there should you bump it, and if it were less of a gap you would struggle getting the pot into and out of the puck.

I am sure other paint companies bottles can fit into one of these with ease. Seems like they are made with at least a "One size fits most" concept in mind. I like that you can choose from an assortment of styles to match your personal aesthetic. I pick the stone because I like the idea of dressing this out with a small amount of paint and dry brushing to personalize it some.

Another feature you could use this for is, as it kind of states, for scatter terrain. I could see painting one of these up to be used as, say, a portal into the underdark or perhaps some other game trap etc. Or maybe you just need a cool pile of stone, a tree base, etc. With the low cost you could get more than one style and not break the bank which is always a welcomed bonus.

Overall I am very happy I bought one of these. I feel much better leaving a paint pot open having it settled into a nice stable base such as this table puck. I will be recommending these to anyone that paints (especially my one friend who I already watch spill his paint all over!)..

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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D.B.
Rocks

This little guy is great. Finally I won’t knock over my wash . Couldn’t wait to paint it up even though it’ll probably get covered in paint 😂

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B.
The best puck outside of a hockey rink

Wow. I didn't know these existed until I came onto this website and curiously clicked on the link for 'pucks'. I work with Citadel paints currently, and one concern I have had is knocking over a paint pot onto my table. I work on our kitchen table as my hobby area, so not only would that be a bad thing for the table, but we all know how much paint can run you these days. No one wants to use it up smearing the puddle you made across your work surface.

One thing could have gone wrong with this product and that is sizing. However, the Citadel pot fits in with about, maybe, a millimeter or less of gao around it. That is rather important since too much and the pot will slop around in there should you bump it, and if it were less of a gap you would struggle getting the pot into and out of the puck.

I am sure other paint companies bottles can fit into one of these with ease. Seems like they are made with at least a "One size fits most" concept in mind. I like that you can choose from an assortment of styles to match your personal aesthetic. I pick the stone because I like the idea of dressing this out with a small amount of paint and dry brushing to personalize it some.

Another feature you could use this for is, as it kind of states, for scatter terrain. I could see painting one of these up to be used as, say, a portal into the underdark or perhaps some other game trap etc. Or maybe you just need a cool pile of stone, a tree base, etc. With the low cost you could get more than one style and not break the bank which is always a welcomed bonus.

Overall I am very happy I bought one of these. I feel much better leaving a paint pot open having it settled into a nice stable base such as this table puck. I will be recommending these to anyone that paints (especially my one friend who I already watch spill his paint all over!)..

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