A few ideas all 1/35 :
Update set with fittings to make Finnish postwar StuG IIIs.
Update set with fittings to make Finnish postwar T-34/85.
Update set with fittings (and preferably new tracks/sprockets) to make Austrian M88A1 ARV.
I'm not sure what would be needed for these vehicles so you'd have to send me pictures/diagrams of what is needed.
how is it going with mouse house for the 1/25 scale centurion barrels.
I haven't asked yet.
I imagine 1/76 or 1/72-scale figures would be very difficult for 3D printing ... shame, because there are lots of 'non'combat' poses that would be very useful ... similarly, personal weapons (SA80s, SLRs, AK47s, etc), again in small-scale.
They wouldn't be difficult to print but I can't design figures. Weapons aren't all that difficult but designing them to be printed by Shapeways in small scale is. A lot of detail would be lost and what detail there is would be very clunky. Shapeways is very finnicky because they print for wide-production so they want to ensure that what is printing is printable from the start. Reedoak doesn't have as much of this restriction so they can print much finer and more detail than Shapeways is willing to.
There's another producer on Shapeways that does ratchet strap ends in 1/10th. I sent him/her a msg to see if it could be done in 1/35. I'll see if I get a response. If not then maybe some tie down strap ratchets in 1/35. Would be applicable to a lot of modern trucks/trailers/etc.
I'm not all too sure how printable they'd be in 1/35 though. They can be designed but they'd also be very small and the strap opening wouldn't be very large.
Also, this might be the final, or one of the final, progress updates on the SR-25/M110 project. Pretty much everything "new" is finished. All that's left is to provide the separate opened and closed bipods, a set of guns with/without silencers, one gun per set with extended stocks and a set of magazines. Basically two or so more hours and it'll be finished. I ordered a test set with the gun and bipod to test a method of attaching the bipod and see if it will print.
For now, I need a question answered. Should this set also be offered with flip-up iron sights flipped up (no scope)and/or rail covers attached as well? Or just plain with scope (and silencer set) like shown?
I have a future possible plan to offer one each of all the rifles in a single set. Still just a thought.