Closing out May with something heavy

We are back again with Lasercraft Workshop.  To close out May I thought Go Big or Go Home.  The best way to do that is with some of the largest heavy machinery pieces on the hobby market.

I present Lasercraft Workshop’s Zoned for Heavy Industry collection.  The pieces are large, creative and would make excellent centerpieces for any industrial operation.  Whether it’s mining, freight, manufacturing facilities or powering your hive cities, Lasercraft Workshop will not leave you wanting.  Well maybe for more of these awesome pieces in your terrain collection.

Let’s start with the manufacturing facilities.  These buildings are over 12″ long and would work well in just about any setting you put them in.

 

These next pieces are labeled as more of military complex items, like command post and missile silo, and they would work great for that, but I can also see them used as the control center for a chemical plant and the large floor vat.  Some imagination and the Lasercraft Workshop pieces can transport to a load of terrain uses.

 

These next pieces are thier Fusion Plant and Elevated Storage Tank.  If you wanted to go huge and I’m a fan of large terrain pieces.  The elevated storage tank could be the exhaust tower for the fusion tank, creating an epic skyline for your table.  Your whole table could be fought inside the power plant complex with the Fusion Plants at its core.  How cool would that be.

 

And now on to the closer of the month.  I present Lasercraft Workshop‘s Cargo Crane and Bucket Wheel Excavator.  These things are massive and a even more amazing to see first in person.  I can’t say much more than they are just Awesome.

 

Laser Craft Workshop has a lot more to offer than I had the chance to show you.  Check them out yourself at www.lasercraftworkshop.com  To keep updated on their releases, follow them on Facebook.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.

Looking For More Great Scifi Terrain

Hey listeners,

We continue our Model Terrain Company for the Month of May, Laser Craft Workshop.  This time I want to expand on the Sector 38 Fortress, by showing you the Sector 38 Sci-fi Habs and Terrain collection.

The Sector 38 collection has a variety of uses.  It can be used to create a hab block, an out post, a light industrial district, a commerce port, to say the least.  At Adepticon, another thing that caught my eye was the ruined kits.  I’m sure you’ve heard me carry on about how a corner isn’t always going to be the last thing left on a building.  Laser Craft Workshop has some great examples of battle damaged buildings and best part is, they have the undamaged versions of the same buildings.  So you can really expand the narrative by having buildings get ruined mid game or as part of an ongoing campaign.

The Sector 38 Sci-fi Habs and Terrain collection includes a several towers to help you create many different narrative scenarios.

Laser Craft Workshop also has several styles of Landing Pads to choose from.  Check out this landing tower, this thing rocks!

And what system would be complete without a wide variety of catwalks, stairwells and ladders.

I like bundles, you like bundles, who doesn’t like a bundle.  Laser Craft Workshop offers several money saving kit bundles to get you started.  Each picture is a different Sector 38 bundle.  They really were thinking about the gamer when they put these together.  And just how big is a Hab Block anyway?

I have a whole lot more to show you from Laser Craft Workshop.  Check them out yourself at www.lasercraftworkshop.com  To keep updated on their releases, follow them on Facebook.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.

Laser Craft Workshop

We continue our Model Terrain Company of the Month.  All of May we will be featuring the fantastic products of Laser Craft Workshop.

People frequently forward me company information and I’ve had my eye on them for a while.  Then I saw their booth at Adepticon, took tons of photos and knew I had to tell you all about what they make.

The first thing that grabbed my attention at the Laser Craft Workshop booth was a futuristic modular fortress.  I was blown away by the detail and fair price of this mdf kit.  Even the name is cool, Sector 38 Fortress.

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The Sector 38 Mega Fortress kit comes with all these pieces.

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That’s a whole lot of fortress.

Let’s say you can’t afford or don’t have the space for such a large set.  Laser Craft Workshop has you covered with their Outpost Set.  It too has a very reasonable price point.

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Want to build your own custom fortress?  Let’s take a closer look at the individual pieces.

This set is incredible and like I said, it was the first thing I spotted at their booth and was blown away by it.

I have a whole lot more to show you from Laser Craft Workshop.  Check them out yourself at www.lasercraftworkshop.com  To keep updated on their releases, follow them on Facebook.

To enter in our model terrain company of the month giveaways, like the NGC40k Podcast Facebook page or follow us on Twitter @ngc40k.  A random winner is drawn at the end of the month.