US-based Plastic Production Gearing Up

US-based Plastic Production Gearing Up

We are very happy to say that our first molds have arrived in the US plastic facility! 

The new injection press was installed Tuesday and we are scheduled to begin tests this coming week. Once everything checks out the rest of the existing molds will be brought here and we will begin 100% US-based manufacturing for all products going forward. 

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Donald Effinger - November 5, 2021

When can i expect to receive my box of French WWI/WWII models? I preordered one box.


Mike - November 5, 2021

As soon as you are producing those sweet sweet Eisenkern troops in the US, I will be buying some. This is stupendous news. :)

D. Handley - November 3, 2021

Stoked that yall are gonna be made in USA now.
Also id like to third Lerdou-Udoy Pierre’s Space Native Americans. You can have great plains tribes like Comanches and Lakota as calvary, Eastern tribes like Cherokee, Choctaw, and Seminole for Infantry, Apache could be scouts/SpecOps, and Navajo could be Comms. You don’t have to do it that way im just spitballing.
Make em heavy worlders and give them all a body builder physique then they could be a 2 for 1 stand ins for Catachan jungle fighters and Kanak Skull takers from 40k. That being said I look forward to when you guys finally release a rule set for death fields.

David Phillips - November 2, 2021

I too like the idea of sci-fi Native Americans, but we would need sci-fi Texas Rangers to battle them if they were to go that path.

Kyle Bentley - November 2, 2021

This is exciting news! I’m happy to see the miniature manufacturing sector start growing in the United States, and hope this will improve availability in Canada and cut down on shipping costs.

Ben Hayward - November 2, 2021

Awesome! Also, I totally second Lerdou-Udoy Pierre’s idea for sci-fi Native Americans! Would LOOOVE that!

Ben Hayward - November 2, 2021

Awesome! Also, I totally second Lerdou-Udoy Pierre’s idea for sci-fi Native Americans! Would LOOOVE that!

Andrew - November 2, 2021

Congratulations, guys! I hope this opens up new possibilities for you.

Dalton - November 1, 2021

Glad to see progress is being made! Hope everything keeps going good!
And I second keeping the first sprue as memorabilia.

Lerdou-Udoy Pierre - October 31, 2021

To celebrate the new era of the “made in America” :

Something like the announcement of a new project about Civil War “zouaves”? Louisiana Tigers for example, with chechias, kepis and straw hats…

Or may be Sci-fi Native Americans warriors ? with long hair, crests on the head and war bonnets with feathers or buffalo horns… Great pathfinders and raiders for the Death Fields line.

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