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Buying extra bits

posted Jun 27, 2016 18:10:31 by NickRiggs
Is there a way to buy another sheet of counters?
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Mark Furnell said Jun 27, 2016 20:09:54
It's the map boards that are worrying me - mine are already showing wear lines on the folds - Maybe these could be printed on rubber as an extra to the box set? (Or share the graphics with a wargame mat supplier?)

Thanks,

Mark

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NickRiggs said Jun 28, 2016 08:09:51
Yes rubber mats would be a great idea. They could be printed A4ish to go in the box.
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SteveHanson said Jun 28, 2016 23:29:27
I've passed on the mat suggestions. As a suggestion, you could use the ones made for Dust Tactics. The gridded ones have squares that are just a little bit bigger than Airfix-battles.
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Mark Furnell said Jun 30, 2016 18:47:33
Thanks for the heads up Steve - I'll check those out

Mark

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SteveHanson said Jul 30, 2016 19:14:56
Nick, we do have some extra bits available, I'm working on getting a contact email for those. I'll get back to you on that as soon as I can get it.
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NickRiggs said Jul 31, 2016 12:50:08
Great, thanks Steve!
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SteveHanson said Aug 03, 2016 04:40:28
Nick, contact lloyd@modiphius.com with your needs, and he'll work out the specifics with you.
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NickRiggs said Aug 03, 2016 08:15:00
Ta!
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dondavai@yahoo.fr said Oct 10, 2016 06:34:35
Hello,
share units pics could be nice.
I am thinking to print units on Mini european size cards on Printer studio. Each unit could have his unit's mini cards like for Battle grounds games. I will a dice on the cards with statics for wounds. Each mini card will be storaged on the same sleev than the "statistics unit" card.
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Donatien
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wicky0570 said Nov 17, 2016 23:06:18
Has anyone come up with a more robust map option yet?

Thanks

Martin
Martin Wickham (wicky0570)
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PeterAppleyard said Nov 18, 2016 06:59:34
I haven't done it with the Airfix maps, but on some other games, I have laminated them with sticky backed plastic. It can be tricky and they don't fold up as good, but if you leave them flat they are fine and can even survive drink spillage.
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ChrisBirch said Nov 18, 2016 10:32:46
We may look at releasing the PDF files for the maps so people can print them with local print shops on vinyl or thicker cards. The light weight poster maps helped us fit more in the box and keep the cost down to the magic £25. We have a set we use a lot for demo's and they still in good condition. One thing is to make sure you always fold them back the way they unfolded to avoid stressing the creases too much
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wicky0570 said Nov 18, 2016 16:05:18
Wow that would be great if you could release the PDF files for the maps. I would like to have a vinyl map or even look at printing on fabric.

I did contact a local print shop today and asked if the maps could be laminated, they told me they could encapsulate them for £5 each, these would make them last forever!
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Mark Furnell said Nov 18, 2016 20:33:19
Hi, PDFs of the maps would be super - I'd certainly like to get mine printed onto a vinyl mat - or have you considered doing a deal with a mat supplier?

Cheers,

Mark

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SteveHanson said Nov 19, 2016 06:13:44
We're not really looking at having vinyl or neoprene mats printed just yet. That's something that would need to be looked at later on. You might consider the mats made for Dust 1947. They're neoprene, with desert terrain printed on it and marked off in squares, a little larger squares than we use, but not bad.
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