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WARGAMER by FauxHammer | Ultimate Tabletop Gaming Resin | Water Washable (1kg)

WARGAMER by FauxHammer | Ultimate Tabletop Gaming Resin | Water Washable (1kg)

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Formula updated in Feb, 2024.

Wargamer V2 release notes:

  • Improved toughness
  • Toned down surface gloss effect
  • The normal exposure time has increased to ~2.5 sec. If previously printed, please validate again.


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Made for miniatures

Wargamer is a high resolution, water washable resin, made to withstand the knocks your minis get during tabletop gaming.

Wargamer is simple to use, and is perfect for miniatures and scenery.

Comes in sharp gray colour.

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 19 reviews
    Wargamer 3D Print Resin

    The summary: a very good product - tough and flexible. Yes, it is pricey, but I have found it "failsafe" with any print failures user error. Take into account the lack of failures using this stuff and the price is not so high.

    Long review: it does what is says on the tin: tough, flexible enough that 2mm diameter spear poles don't break and has a high resolution of detail - certainly sufficient for any 28-35mm scale minis you ever want to print. Not tried it for larger scale, but I suspect it will hold its own against the "8k" resins out there. As the instructions note, it becomes substantially tougher after 24 hrs and, anecdotally, continues to increase toughness after this period.

    Slightly more viscous than other resins I have used, and a bit more "sticky" which, I suspect, gives the resin its increased flex. This does make washing a bit trickier as it can cling to crevices more. The instructions on the website are excellent, but I found the following worked very well for me: wash under running water, then the usual clean in alcohol and a soft brush in alcohol worked very well to remove resin from all the hard to reach areas. This resulted in a very clean and crisp result. On my second liter of this stuff and will, no doubt, be buying more.

    In the instructions, suggested settings are for 50 micron layer heights. For 20 microns I used the following on an Elegoo Mars 4 Ultra: 1.7sec layer exposure time (I suspect I could get this lower). Note: I have my enclosure heated to 30 degrees Celsius. Other settings as default.

    Alan Martin
    Faux Hammer Wargamer Resin

    I am a 15/18mm Historical wargamer and the present resin I use is quite expensive so when I saw the advert for Wargamer decided to give it a go. not much information on line so I used the same speed I use for my ABS like resin and the exposure time listed on your website. I ran a mixed print of period and scales and a calibration test, straight off the bat the exposure times were perfect for my Saturn 3 Ultra and everything printed. I washed them for 2 minutes as you state but there were still some shiny bits I where not all the resin had been washed off, I cured them for 10 minutes 5 mins each side with the supports on because that is what you do with my present resin and wanted to do a like for like comparison. Sadly on an 18mm Marching Napoleonic figure the musket just broke with very little pressure applied and there were no supports on this part and scabbards broke so I am sorry for smaller scale Wargaming figures I dont think it is usable and certainly will not be buying another bottle

    Dominick Asberry
    I like it

    Resin is perfect for minis

    Stephen Jolly
    Best I have used

    By far the best and easiest resin I have used so far.

    Arthur Deline
    Difficult to work with...

    I'd been using Siraya Tech resin and thought I'd give this a shot, as the sales pitch seemed enticing. Man, was this stuff hard to work with. It's so tough the supports are a nightmare to remove, and it's so thick that failed print material doesn't seem to sink to the bottom, so any small amount I couldn't catch by cleaning the vat left massive divots in my ACF, even puncturing it, causing resin to leak out the bottom of the vat and all over the screen. Pretty frustrating and time consuming. Also, I couldn't seem to clean my prints sufficiently afterward. Multiple passes through IPA and washing station and the glossy residue just wouldn't go away. Plus, details are softer. Overall just really frustrating stuff to manage. And also the smell is significantly worse than Siraya. Even after days of airing out the space it still lingers. I wouldn't purchase this again.

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