1/35 and 1/16 scale resin for the discerning modeler:



Plenty of options available over at LiveResin.

The post pictures are renders, not the actual product.  A quick look at a YouTube review on one of their sets goes to show the quality appears to be top notch.  The models look a little more rough then they do in the pictures though and you definitely have to be good with model paint if you want to make the end product realistic looking.


The US military is developing its own 3D printers for the frontline which will enable soldiers to quickly and cheaply produce spare parts for their weapons and equipment without having to wait weeks for new deliveries.

Full Story over at Dezeen

I’ve been utilizing 3D printing for my own prototypes for the last 3 years now, and it’s incredible how far it has came.  The materials are getting stronger, the process is getting quicker, and the cost is coming down.  Even home units now such as the MakerBot Replicator 2 can be picked up for $2200 and are able to do a 100 micron resolution (thin as a sheet of paper).  This is only going to get better and less expensive.