War World Gaming
This set of 2 Industry of War Forcefields provide defensive cover for your miniatures and their exquisite detail can give your wargaming scenery an extra edge. Created from high quality acrylic and MDF, the forcefield are supplied pre-painted and are perfect for all Sci-Fi and modern wargames. The MDF posts include 4 corner posts so you can arrange the forcefields in various ways (see images). Disclaimer: MDF kits require modelling tools and glue to assemble. Any residual smell from laser cutting will dissipate within a few days.
- Set of 2 Sci-Fi Forcefields by War World Gaming
- Produced from high quality laser-cut acrylic and MDF (pre-painted)
- Complements the Industry of War multi-storey industrial gaming environment
- Perfect for Warhammer, 40k, Shadow War, Necromunda or any Sci-Fi/Modern 28mm Wargame
- Designed and produced in the UK
Part of the Industry of War range of modular battle environments by War World Gaming. These multi-level arenas recreate the fierce fighting within factory complexes as your armies look to assert their control over vitally important strategic positions. Our easy-to-assemble kits are supplied pre-painted or unpainted and are produced from high quality 3mm laser-cut MDF which can be disassembled once you have defeated your enemies. Industry of War also features a range of highly detailed resin terrain pieces to further enhance and expand the battlefield. Perfect for almost any 20mm – 28mm modern or sci-fi wargame.
Kit Contains: 6 x Forcefield Sheets (L x W x H): 70 x 3 x 45 mm, 4 x Straight Posts (L x W x H): 30 x 25 x 50 mm, 4 x Corner Posts (L x W x H): 25 x 25 x 50 mm
First, I want to say clearly that, when fully assembled, these look amazing and I love using them. All the pieces were precisely cut and fit together very well. There are two reasons why I cannot give the full five stars: (1) the parts came unlabeled and without instructions or even a reference picture of what the parts in the bag should make. Since I ordered several different pieces at one time, it took some fiddling around to figure out how to assemble everything correctly, even using the web site photos for reference. (2) Since I was using the web page photos as my only reference to assemble these pieces, I could not help but notice that what I received did not match; specifically, there are a few extra pieces that are not visible in any images and do not appear to be necessary to correctly assemble everything. After I figured out how to assemble everything visible in the photos, I took a sharp hobby knife and trimmed the extra bits to assemble them into some extra end caps so that I could make short wall sections that just have a flat support at each end instead of the connectors as shows. Overall, these look fantastic I enjoy using them regularly.