LaserCutCard normally ships using the South African Post Office. During our Covid lockdown, the post office was closed. It has since reopened but there are two challenges: It is only shipping to certain countries It is distributing government support grants to needy citizens and there are long long queues to get in As a result,
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An update on shipping. These are the countries that we can currently ship to. THAILAND INDIA DUBAI BRAZIL HONG KONG USA SINGAPORE NETHERLANDS SWEDEN GREECE HUNGARY FRANCE GREAT BRITAIN PORTUGAL SPAIN CZECH REPUBLIC UKRAINE I am going on Thursday to find out when the rest of the EU countries are coming on board (specifically Norway
At the moment, outbound shipping is still not permitted from South Africa. We are constantly checking with the post office to find out when this will change.
We’re working on a warehouse district as a set of themed terrain. This will feature a set including a warehouse shipping containers a truck a cargo loading robot Here are the paint tests for the robot and truck This is the first draft of the warehouse It is a simple box shape with some
An update on the brownstone recut Here is a comparison shot of the existing brownstone (left) and the new one. The footprint is identical but the floor height has been increased to allow the building to fit in between 28mm and 35mm games. The stairs leading up to the front door have been made deeper
Tim sent in these amazing shots of his necron table made using a mix of items from the Cyborg range as well as a few other bits and bobs. The lighting is from tealight LEDs. The paint job perfectly captures a crepuscular and creepy tomb world. Well done Tim!
Here is a paint test of Cheviot Court. I won’t lie… there were a lot of bugs in this cut and it can be greatly improved. Bugs included missing parts (that I had to hand cut), parts that were reversed and so bent the wrong way and then problems I created myself in building it
The 28mm Art Deco Project continues! This is the prototype of the second building: Surrey Mansions. Of the three buildings intended for the initial run, this is the tallest at just over 50cm to the top of the detailing. Questions need to be asked at this point. Should the model be one piece or should