Road Markers and Sign Posts
These are just the annoying bits of ‘table fluff’ that get in your way as you’re trying to draw a bead on your enemy but somehow get under your wheels and up your hazard token count!
The glorified traffic cones are 28mm Road Pylons by ISOpod, found on Thingiverse - http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2117413
They were printed in PLA on the Cetus-3D at 0.1mm and 20% infill to make sure the top ‘handle bit’ printed OK. As it turns out, I should have upped the infill a bit since my Lokbuild print surface wouldn’t part with them and I ended up damaging a couple of the base layers trying to free them.
The wasteland signposts are from Thunderchrome’s first Kickstarter, as part of the Hot-Rod Garage. I believe you can buy them from their webstore or (since they are effectively just a wheel with a post stuck in it with a jerry can wedged on top) source/design your own and have at it.
thunder-chrome.com - Thunder Chrome - 3d printable post apocalyptic scenery
They were printed on the Cetus-3D in PLA at 0.2mm/20% infill.
I suspect I may mount them on small metal washers since they are so small/light - shame we did away with ½p pieces! The idea is to paint direction arrows on them to help the directionally challenged.
Here are some of the printed pylons and signs.
Finally, here's the painted jerry can signs and road pylons shown alongside the work-in-progress Carmageddon vehicle for scale.
A saltbeard Grognard who's glad he never grew up enough to lose his imagination.