Eternus Assault Armor Multipart Kit w/ Pre-Drilled Magnet Holes

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Eternus Assault Armors are the main assault mech used by all the chapels of Battle Brothers across the Galaxy. Only the greatest warriors can be selected as pilots but at a great cost, they must renounce their humanity and be permanently hardwired into the Assault Armor's chassis for the countless eons of its service.

The Eternus Assault Armor is a Multipart kit designed for resin printers. Fully assembled it stands 7cm tall (about 3-1/2") and is a comparable size to a Contemptor Dreadnought. It can be assembled in a wide range of poses with many weapons and customization options including double weapon load-outs (sold separately). Its arms and weapons come pre-drilled for magnets to make them interchangeable for future-proofing your miniature.

For less than $40 you can have a double weapon-wielding Contemptor alternative that looks great on the tabletop.

  • This kit comes with your choice of shooting weapon for the model's right arm, and both a powered fist, and claw for the left one.
  • It also comes with the reliquary and, missile launcher top bits- plus four different head options.
  • Additional weapon options and accessories outlined in red are also available separately if you browse the Eternus Assault Armor Bits category by clicking here.

This listing is for the multi-part kit of the "Eternus Assault Armor" that can be assembled in a wide range of poses, has many different weapon configurations and customization options. Perfect as a centerpiece for your tabletop army, as a cool display piece on your desk, or even as parts for use in your conversions!

It will be printed in our new Void Resin that makes 3d prints feel and act more like plastic, plus the strength benefits are amazing. Watch us disrespect a model printed with Void Resin below:

Above are images of an actual print after being primed with Uniform Grey from The Army Painter, along with a comparison shot of a Contemptor class model, and a Primaris marine.

Assembly instructions are in the image gallery in this listing. To assemble the Eternus Assault Armor with magnets for switching weapons you will need the following sizes (all measurements are diameter x depth):

  • Elbow Joints: top arm 1/4" x 1/16", bottom arm 1/4 x 1/32" per arm
  • Wrist Joints require two 1/4" x 1/32" per arm
  • Top Missile Launcher requires two 1/8" x 1/16" magnets
  • Each Weapon will require a 1/4" x 1/16" and a 1/4" x 1/32" magnet along with two smaller 1/8" x 1/16" and 1/8" x 1/32" magnets to prevent torquing.
  • You can also use a small strip of tin (instead of the 1/32 depth magnets) to attach the arm weapon mounts to the guns if available (see image below).

The kit also comes with two plugs to use for elbow joints if you decide to assemble your Eternus without any magnets as well!

Prints are officially licensed by Antonis Bouras, If you are after just the .STL files, click here to get them on Antonis Bouras' Art Station right now!

Miniatures Sales & Marketing Contracted Though Spikey Bits, and Fulfilled By Slicer LLC.

  • All products are printed to a 25-micron standard using high-quality cured resin. Just like any miniature kit it is unfinished, comes unpainted, and unassembled attached to its support structure from the production process.
  • Parts are pre-cleaned and ready for primer once removed. Basic hobby skills and tools are required to finish this model. Plastic bases are not included.
  • The image shown is the stock photo of the rendered miniature while painted models are for reference only, and not included. Painted Models by Luke Slothower and Next Level Painting,
  • To remove the bits from their supports: submerge the whole assembly in water that is hot to the touch for 5 minutes. Use your fingernail to punch away several supports to create a starting point, and carefully peel your parts off of the remaining supports altogether. More delicate parts may require clippers or a hobby knife.
  • Do not attempt to remove supports from a model while at room temperature. Keep the model out of direct sunlight, or extremely cold temperatures. As always, use caution when working with resin material, and hobby tools.
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