Model Display Products has new AOE rings

By Polar_Bear
In Accessories
Apr 15th, 2012
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Model Display Products helps out with your template needs with their new steamcog rings.

From the update:

Model Display Products and Firestorm Games have teamed up to design a set of Steam Cogs for use with a variety of Sci-fi, fantasy and steampunk game systems as area effect templates. Set 1 comprises of:

3 x 3″ Steam Cogs
2 x 4″ Steam Cogs
1 x 5″ Steam Cog

These Steam Cogs are supplied in a durable polyurethane resin and come unpainted so you can paint them to your army/faction theme!

Also available is a second set consisting of 7 x 3″ Steam Cogs

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  • Haibane

    Great idea – bound to be easier placing these over models than the usual plates, and the cog styling is a great match for Warmachine.

    My only criticism is that I’d much prefer some kind of imagery (cogs/flames?) on them rather than website addresses. People buy this sort of product to add to the wealth of imagery in their games, not to provide companies with advertising opportunities.

    Also be cool to have these available in red-tinted clear plastic (again, sans advertising).

  • shavnir

    Haibane, I think I saw something like that on advanceddeployment.com once.

  • Absolutionis

    The Website on those is a real turn-off especially at $14.00 each.

  • War Griffon

    Absolutions, What is the problem with the website???

    The cogs are £8.95 ($14) a set not each!!

    • Absolutionis

      I don’t mean the website itself. I mean the URL printed boldly across the front. It just seems like a GF9-like thing to do.

  • Did you read the posting?

    These Steam Cogs are supplied in a durable polyurethane resin and come unpainted so you can paint them to your army/faction theme!

    • Absolutionis

      Unsure who you’re talking to, but do note that the website URL looks like its molded as part of the piece.

  • Engraved on their is completely different than being able to paint them. If so, I see what you mean, but it wouldn’t take much to fill in the engraving.

    You could probably easily contact any university or college that has a plastics program and they can make you some as well the way you want them.

  • Nothing wrong with having your company name on a product, you can always paint and use the other side and it stops others ripping them off!

    • Haibane

      Sure, can use the other side if that side is blank – although even so, it just isn’t as cool as molded cogs/flames is it? ^^. Fraid I don’t understand what you mean about this stopping others “ripping them off”. Doubt they can patent the idea of plastic cogs XD. Even if they could, what’s putting their website on the product got to do with it? O__o