This report lists all new figures announced in S-scale. Click photos to visit the web sites.
The company announces these new 3D-printed figures. These are unpainted. When you follow the link provided by clicking the photo below, to then select the S-scale version, click on their web site's "SCALE:" field, select "SELECT CUSTOM SCALE", then select "1:64" in the "Custom Scale" field farther below.
The British 3D-printing company has added two sets of cat figures to their line-up. These are unpainted. When you follow the links provided by clicking the photos below, to then select the S-scale version, click on their web site's "SCALE:" field, select "SELECT CUSTOM SCALE", then select "1:64" in the "Custom Scale" field farther below.
When you follow the links provided by clicking the photos below, to then select the S-scale version, click on their web site's "SCALE:" field, select "SELECT CUSTOM SCALE", then select "1:64" in the "Custom Scale" field farther below.
The company has released a mini scene of a figure modeled after the famous PBS landscape painter, Bob Ross. The set includes the easel. The second photo shows a special commission that co-owner Sherri did for Bill Lane, where Bob painted a Dachshund portrait. For an extra fee, the company will paint any of their products for you before shipping them.
The company announces a new multi-figure set. Please note that they changed their web site, and you now have to select "Custom Scale" from the available options before you can select S-scale (1:64).
The 3D-printed and unpainted set of Frank Wiener and his wiener Dachshund are available now. An extra set of 4 additional wiener dogs are available separately.
The company has released a large number of 3D-scans that are now available as 3D-prints in S-scale. Too many to list individually, so visit their web site to see what they have. If you would like to have yourself be scanned and turned into an S-scale figure, be sure to visit their booth at the St. Louis RPM July 28-29 or the NMRA convention August 20-26.
The company announces new cats, dogs, and sheep to their product line of figures. These are unpainted 3D-printed models.
The company has released several new figures. These are unpainted 3D-printed models.
The British company, which produces 3D-printed figures, is now 8 years old and they have over 1,000 items, many of which are available in S-scale. They have released their new 140-page 2023 catalog, available for free.
If you model the 1940s, and especially military settings, you might want to take a look at the figures sets offered via Shapeways by "Holden8702". They have several multi-figure sets available that can price out at about $3 per figure. These are 3D-printed and unpainted. They also offer Navy PT boat add-on details (there are two S-scale kits available for PT boats by other manufacturers).
The company has this "Grocery Carrying Lady with Shopping Bag" available, painted and ready to be installed.
Miniprints is now set up to do 3D body scans. This is a process by which they scan your body/posture/pose, store it in the computer, and then can replicate that model using a 3D-printer in the various scales. They had their system set up at the Amherst's Railroad Hobby Show in West Springfield, MA last month, and they now have those scans available in S-scale. These arrive unpainted.
The company announces several new sets of figures. These are 3D-printed and come unpainted. They are shipped printed to a base, to protect them during shipping. You will need to use something like a sprue cutter to carefully remove the figures from that base.
The company releases a number of figures that one can put at the edge of the layout or module. Of course, they can be used in other scenes as well. These are 3D-printed and unpainted figures.
Just discovered, one of the ladies of CatzPaw Innovations posted a shop tour video on YouTube earlier this year. The company is well-known for their large collection of figures, and they are S-scale modelers themselves.
This company is based in Australia. Their web site has a large number of figures, and they state that they can print any of their figures in any scale, including S.
The company has released a number of different collections of figures.
Arttista is having problems meeting their demand and is looking for someone who would be willing to paint figures for them (they sell painted figures in O- and S-scale). If you are interested, please contact Dennis at (302) 455-0195 or via e-mail at email@example.com
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The company has released another collection of figures, this time focused on more modern railroad crew members.
The company has released several more sets of figures, some with additional items to create a scene on your layout, module, or diorama.