The Kickstarter campaign for Pactum Aeternum, a collection of 3D printable bits for RPG and tabletop wargaming miniatures, has successfully surpassed its initial funding goal. The project, which set out to raise US$ 10,000, has received over US$ 23,266 in pledges from 457 backers. With 16 days remaining until its conclusion on December 22, the campaign has attracted significant interest in the gaming community.
Details of the Campaign
Pactum Aeternum offers a selection of over 250 original, 3D printable bits suitable for RPG and 32mm tabletop wargaming miniatures. The project provides pre-supported STL files, designed to enhance miniature customization. Compatible with various photopolymer printers like Elegoo, Anycubic, Phrozen, and Creality, the campaign also specifies recommended printing settings for both miniatures and vehicles. All models have been test printed, and Chitubox is recommended as a slicer. Additionally, backers can access print support through the campaign’s Discord channel.