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A closer look at Space Hulk sprues

Warhammer Community have given us a closer look at the space hulk interior sprues ahead of the new Kill team release.

It looks like there will be two different sprues in this set, featuring walls, doors, and connecting parts:

Looks like this terrain will be modular, and there may be some interoperability between this and the Sector Mechanicum industrial terrain, for those with some of that in their collections.

Warhammer Community has more.

15 comments on “A closer look at Space Hulk sprues

  1. Azazel
    September 9, 2022

    This video is very much worth watching.

    Liked by 2 people

    • davekay
      September 9, 2022

      Thanks for that, I’m on lunch as you post this so I’m enjoying watching how he approached the painting

      Liked by 1 person

      • Azazel
        September 9, 2022

        There’s also some pretty important stuff about the way the pieces fit together…

        Liked by 2 people

      • davekay
        September 9, 2022

        I always read the GW instructions now after that time a couple of years ago when I turned a box of 10 van Saar into a box of 5 by thinking I could tell how to assemble them by just looking at the sprue

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      • Azazel
        September 9, 2022

        it’s not really about the instructions – more about the fitting tolerances.

        Liked by 3 people

      • davekay
        September 9, 2022

        Nothing worse than having your interlocking terrain refuse to interlock!

        Liked by 3 people

      • Azazel
        September 9, 2022

        Yep. Just watched a video by Tabletop Minions where he discusses the exact same issue…

        Liked by 2 people

      • davekay
        September 10, 2022

        I’ll check that one out too!

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  2. spalanz
    September 10, 2022

    That’s interesting, I missed this at first! I’ve decided against picking up yet another KT box, but if it can be used with SM or ZM terrain, might be good to have some bits for Necromunda…

    Liked by 1 person

    • davekay
      September 10, 2022

      It looks like it will be fairly easy to match in with 40k and Necromunda terrain

      Like

  3. deturnation
    September 10, 2022

    And here I always wondered, why terrain and tile-3d-printing-files go for campaigns far over 30k! But if it’s just to avoid GW, I now understand, why there is interest in.
    Cool looking terrain from GW for sure, even though I don’t care for something like that – not even in 3d.
    Here’s an example for fantasy ( I know there are 40k-ish sci-fi stuff somewhere, this campaign went over 180k.) https://www.myminifactory.com/frontier/terrain-essentials-vol-ii-interiors-812

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    • deturnation
      September 10, 2022
      • davekay
        September 10, 2022

        I am surprised at the lack of gimdark space ship interiors at MMF. Perhaps the popularity of this new GW release will spur on some creators.

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    • davekay
      September 10, 2022

      I can’t speak for others but for me the main draw of 3D printing is for inexpensive terrain and backdrop features, so I am not surprised to see a dungeon like that be popular.

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      • deturnation
        September 10, 2022

        That makes sense! Ty.
        I usually only print smaller miniatures, because I have the printer mainly for the details, that are possible with it. I think the biggest model I have printed yet was roughly 10cm long.

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