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Arch Battleknight: Antonis

Original price $57.49 - Original price $74.49
Original price
$57.49
$57.49 - $74.49
Current price $57.49
This conversion kit is designed to fit a standard GW Nemesis Dreadknight model kit. It is not a full model, just parts to add to your model kit to convert it into a Arch Battleknight to eliminate the “Baby-Carrier” look of the standard kit. This kit will require some modeling skills to construct, but to make it easier I’m including this instruction guide CLICK HERE. 

NOTE: This kit is Licensed, for a limited time, to Pop Goes the Monkey from the digital artist, Antonis Bouras. If you would like to purchase his .stl files to print on your own 3D printer go to his Artstation Store (LINKED HERE)  to buy it directly from him. 


Classic MJP is an acrylic material printed using Monkey-Jet technology, which is capable of extremely high detailed parts with a smooth finish. This technique uses wax to support the printing parts to allow for any geometry to be printed without the need of printed supports. Its color may range from amber to clear and parts can be brittle so, handle with care. This material will NOT react with Plastic Glue so, we recommend using Super Glue to adhere these parts to your models.

TufFlex MJP is another Monkey-Jet material with a smooth surface and an extremely high level of detail. However, it's formulated for improved toughness and flexibility to provide a bend-but-don't-break strategy of protection for your models. Thin parts may arrive slightly warped but, can be easily re-shaped by warming them up to be bent back into shape. This can also be an added benefit if you're looking to glue a flat logo onto a curved surface. At room temperature parts will flex but, they can be brittle at much lower temperatures. Use super glue to adhere these parts to your models.


*NOTE: Pop Goes the Monkey is not affiliated with Games Workshop Group PLC or its affiliates.  This product is not designed, manufactured, licensed or approved by Games Workshop Group PLC, and is not intended to include or infringe any intellectual property rights of Games Workshop Group PLC.  Please see our full Terms of Service for more information.