Resin Models

We are now able to produce many of our models in resin. Resin printing produces much finer results, the surfaces are generally smoother and finer details are available than with the plastic prints. You will need to bear in mind that resin prints are more expensive than plastic as the raw material is much more expensive, also that resin can be more fragile than plastic so you might need to exercise a little more care with your resin models than plastic - whilst they may look better than plastic, don't knock them off the wargames table as they are likely to break. If you would like a resin print, please get in touch to discuss cost and feasibility.
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Japanese Tank
£8.00
Japanese Medium Tank
£10.00
Light Cavalry Tank
£7.00
Japanese Tankette
£7.00
Bren Gun Carrier
£7.50
Type 4 Ke-Nu (command)
Model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Ke-Nu was a variant of the Ha-Go light tank fitted with the turret from a Type 97 Chi-Ha.

After a large number of Chi-Has were fitted with better guns, the old turrets were fitted to Has-Gos and designated Ke-Nu.

It was fitted with the Type 97 57mm gun and two Type 97 7.7mm machine guns.

100 models were produced in 1944.

This is the command version with the radio aerial on the turret.

Due to the design of the tracks this model is printed in resin.
Japanese Tank
£8.00
Type 89 I-Go
Model comes as two parts; Hull & Turret.

The I-Go was designed in 1928 and saw service between 1934 and 1942 in the Second Sino-Chinese war, Russian and WWII.

It was armed with a 57mm Type 90 gun and two 6.5mm Type 91 machine guns. It weighed 12.8 tonnes and had a crew of 4.

404 units were made.
Japanese Medium Tank
£10.00
Type 92 Jyu-Sokosha
Model comes in two parts; Hull & Turret.

The Jyu-Sokosha was a light cavalry tank designed for scouting and infantry support. 167 were made between 1931 and 1937.

It weighed 3.5 tonnes and was armed with a 13mm Type 92 heavy machine gun and a 7.7mm Type 97 light machine gun.

It had a crew of three.

This model is made of resin due to the delicate design, especially in the tracks. (A plastic version proved too problematic when removing the supports.)
Light Cavalry Tank
£7.00
Type 97 Te-Ke
Model comes as two parts; hull and turret.

The Te-Ke was a Japanese light tank designed in 1936/37. It saw action in the second Sino-Japanese War and in WWII.

It weighed 4.7 tonnes and was armed with a 37mm Type 94 tank gun and a 7.7mm type 97 machine gun.

616 were produced.
Japanese Tankette
£7.00
Universal Carrier
Model comes as 3 parts; Hull & Tracks.

This model is resin.


Bren Gun Carrier
£7.50
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