Yes, I'm sorry I don't have a 3-D printer. Not only does this offer beckon, but, Fat Dragon games has loads of 3-D stuff for gaming ! BTW, they also have a couple of cheap (relatively) 3-D printers available for sale - saving my pennies for one of those.
Interesting that only a few of the items are STL printable - the rest require a much higher grade (read costly) printer. I won't be doing this offer, with the possible exception of the STL stuff. Of coarse, that assumes (yes I know) I get a 3-D printer at all. Might look into the local Staples, as they do have print-on-site machines. Haven't been there in a while - wonder if they've got any 3-D stuff.
Hmmm, I do a lot of business with Shapeways - got lots of various stuff from some of the folks there (airplanes, various blimps, even some Epic GW style figures). I'll definitely look into that - thanks!
I bought my first 3d printer at Christmas, a Ender 3. Just added another Ender 3, so I now have 2. You do need to like to tinker and be slightly mechanically inclined, but these printers are very economical, and the quality they are capable of is fantastic compared to more expensive printers. A Ender 3 and some PLA will set you back 300.00. Not fast, and quality takes time. A large 28mm 2 story building takes 3+ days to print. I have 1 running 24x7 most of the time. I has changed the way that I look at and buy terrain for my gaming. I have been concentrating on 28mm Fantasy and Pulp at the moment. But I have been collecting STL files for AQMF. 15/18mm takes much less time to print. It has been a game changer for me, and I have been having a blast with them. My biggest issue now is where to store all the cool stuff that I have been turning out!
David, where did yo get the STL files for a Holt Tractor?
Lots of good info above - thanks guys, with my B-day just around the corner it seems there's lots of stuff on my wish list (2ed.AQMF, bunches of Osprey books, lots of figures - including 6mm (a passion of mine since Epic 40K).