Pipeline

Last updated in July 21, 2024.


  Summer 2024


10GEA023  15GPR010 

10GEA023 - Fokker F.VII
One 3D-printed model in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € 15.95

15GPR010 - 1935 Miller-Ford
One 3D-printed model in pack
Some assembly required

Estimated price - € 7.95


15GSC229  20GSC229 

15GSC229 - Rubí's IR Flags
Printed paper sheet
WSS 15mm Austrophile Infantry colours

Estimated price - € 2.00

20GSC229 - Rubí's IR Flags
Printed paper sheet
WSS 20mm Austrophile Infantry colours

Estimated price - € 2.00


20IGV008  28GSC229 

20IGV008 - Ford AA Bus
One 3D-printed model in box
Some assembly required

Estimated price - € __

28GSC229 - Rubí's IR Flags
Printed paper sheet
WSS 28mm Austrophile Infantry colours

Estimated price - € 2.00


  Autumn 2024


03NAC7R3  03NAC8U4 

03NAC7R3 - Russian Vanguard
Printed paper sheet
1700-1865 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

03NAC8U4 - 34-star US Navy
Printed paper sheet
1861-1863 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00


03NAC8U6  03NAV015 

03NAC8U6 - Early CS Navy
Printed paper sheet
1861-1863 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

03NAV015 - Late Galleass
One resin model in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __


10GEA024  15GEV024 

10GEA024 - Bristol Bulldog
One 3D-printed model in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __

15GEV024 - Ford AA Bookmobile
(2?) resin models in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __


15IGV008  20GPR010 

15IGV008 - Ford AA Bus
One 3D-printed model in pack
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __

20GPR010 - 1935 Miller-Ford
1 resin model in pack
Some assembly required

Estimated price - € 11.95


  Winter 2025


03NAC7P4  03NAC8U5 

03NAC7P4 - Olivier Levasseur flags
Printed paper sheet
1716-1724 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

03NAC8U5 - 35-star US Navy
Printed paper sheet
1863-1865 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00


03NAC8U7  10GMA005 

03NAC8U7 - Late CS Navy
Printed paper sheet
1863-1865 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

10GMA005 - Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-3
One 3D-printed model in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __


15GEV015  20GEC906 

15GEV015 - Henschel 33 Truck
One 3D-printed model in pack
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __

20GEC906 - Nationalist Cavalry Standards
Printed paper sheet
SCW 20mm flags x 3

Estimated price - € 2.00


20GEF008  20GMV004 

20GEF008 - Nationalist AT gun & crew
2 gun models and 7 crewmen in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € 15.95

20GMV004 - Verdeja Mk.I Tank
One 3D-printed model in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __


  Spring 2025


03NAC682  03NAC782 

03NAC682 - Genoese Galleon
Printed paper sheet
1218-1797 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

03NAC782 - Sardo-Savoyard Warship
Printed paper sheet
1700s to 1802 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00


03NAC882  10GMA008 

03NAC882 - Sardinian Navy
Printed paper sheet
1802-1816 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

10GMA008 - PZL P.24
One 3D-printed model in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __


15GMV005  28GEC906 

15GMV005 - Char B1 bis
One 3D-printed model in pack
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __

28GEC906 - Nationalist Cavalry Standards
Printed paper sheet
SCW 28mm flags x 3

Estimated price - € 2.00


  Summer 2025


03NAC6I1  03NAC792 

03NAC6I1 - Mogul Treasury Ship
Printed paper sheet
1555-1748 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

03NAC792 - Sicilian Man o'War
Printed paper sheet
1734-1799 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00


03NAC7R4  03NAC8X2 

03NAC7R4 - Russian Rearguard
Printed paper sheet
1700-1865 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00

03NAC8X2 - Chinese Navy
Printed paper sheet
1872-1890 ensign, flags, jack & pennant

Estimated price - € 2.00


  To Be Determined


15GEV011  15GEV013 

15GEV011 - L3/33 tankette
One 3D-printed model in pack
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __

15GEV013 - IGC Sadurní Carrier
One 3D-printed model in pack?
Driver figure included

Estimated price - € 7.95


15GEV014  15IGV002 

15GEV014 - IGC Sadurní Tractor
One 3D-printed model in pack?
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __

15IGV002 - Benach M1935 Fast Tank
2 fast assembly resin models in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € __


20GEF013  20GEF017 

20GEF013 - Moroccan Cavalry
5 metal troopers & horses in box
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € 15.95

20GEF017 - Assault Guards
20 white metal figures in box
Inclusive of LMGs and NCOs
Further details to be given later

Estimated price - € 21.95


20GEF102  20GEF204 

20GEF102 - Nationalist casualties
4 white metal figures in pack
All four figures different

Estimated price - € 4.95

20GEF204 - Italian Artillery Crew
4 white metal figures in pack
All four figures different

Estimated price - € 4.95


20GSF201  20GSF202 

20GSF201 - Portuguese Musketeers
4 white metal figures in pack
WSS 20mm Portuguese foot

Estimated price - € 5.95

20GSF202 - Portuguese Inf. Command
4 white metal figures in pack
WSS 20mm Portuguese foot

Estimated price - € 5.95


20GSF204 

20GSF204 - Portuguese Grenadiers
4 white metal figures in pack
WSS 20mm Portuguese foot

Estimated price - € 5.95

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Sadurni carrier and tractor look tempting but I was hoping for multiple fast assembly plastic vehicles rather than a single expensive resin model.

Soldadets said...

Bringing a model into plastic is a huge invest of several thousand Euros. In order to redeem such enormous expense, you must produce your model by the thousands too.

So allow me to answer you with a question in turn: --How many thousands of SCW vehicles can you expect to sell?

Believe me, bringing a Sadurní or Trubia Naval tanks, or a "Tiznao" improvised armour is plainly unaffordable, for you'll sell just a handful of them.

Unless you were in Mr. Bill Gates' trousers (and pockets!)... sadly, case isn't such.

Anonymous said...

OK, thanks for your answer, of course I know nothing of how the manufacture process works. I had seen that you have produced a set of 2 X T26 and 3 X Pz1 (1/72), 5 X T26 and Pz 1 (1/100) in plastic at great prices which I bought and hoped for more of the same.

Thanks and good luck!

Anonymous said...

Really liking the 1/72 pipeline through spring 2016. Expect an order for all of it from me then!

Something I would love to see is the planes done in 1/72 - sometimes parked on a field makes for a nice diorama.

Cheers

Soldadets said...

Some else thinking around at this thread: this thread

bau olivier said...

Dear Sir,

Why you don't made an plane in 1/56 scale ? and if you make it, why don't you choose an Hawker Hart/Hind/Demon ? A symbolic aircraft of the thirties who made use for SCW, VBCW, Winter war and any conflict of the thirties and the beginning of the second word war (Middle east, Africa, India, Baltic states, .....)

Soldadets said...

We were pondering for some time to make aircraft at scales bigger than 1/100, but in the end we desisted. They would have been too expensive for the average user, while sales expectations were very low --so no chance of redeeming the invest. Sorry.

Paul Apreda said...

Do please go ahead with the Lancia IZM armoured car! You'll be aware that no manufacturer produces this at the moment and they were widely used in WW2 in East Africa and elsewhere https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lancia_1ZM

When do you think they will be available?

Soldadets said...

As you can see, we have it in our agenda - only that we haven't met a deadline for it yet. In any case, it's our will to launch it during 2016.

anagnosto said...

Lancia armored car is made by Reviresco.
http://tin-soldier.com/armoredcars.html

Although, we can foresee that transatlantic transactions could become more difficult in a near future.

Marcus said...

Will we ever see the 20mm Assault Guards made? They have been a long time coming and seen to get pushed back again and again which is very disappointing considring your now moving onto a completely different focus andwhat seems to be a higher priority from a much earlier age. Please don't let the people down who have spent a lot of money on your SCW range to date who are waiting for these figures.

So far a great range of well sculptured figures which you should be proud of, the range just needs closing off.

Kindest regards,
Marcus

Soldadets said...

Marcus, I understand and share your disappointment. I have been counting the days since the Assault Guards were approved for commission, three years ago now.

However, given the current issues suffered by Minairons' SCW sculptor, my only chance to push forward that range was to change sculptor. I was unwilling of doing so, either due to style reasons and a sense of honesty.

Perhaps this very recent thread in The Miniatures Page (TMP) can help you understand why: http://theminiaturespage.com/news/577845805/

Besides of owning his own Xan brand, the thread author is Minairons' SCW sculptor too.

Marcus said...

Hi
Many thanks for the quick response, I now understand your predicament. I of course have no answers as to how should proceed, that is your choice in how you manage your business.

As previously stated I remain a little disappointed but accept that its not the end of the world and this certainly won't detere me from ordering items from your current range (as your figures are so easy to convert due to the alloy you use they are quite handy) which incidentally I will do once you sort out the packaging and release your Trubia tank.

Despite the busy schedule of your current SCW sculpterI hope that you can whoo him to do the Assault Guard greens.

Kindest regards,
Mqrcus

Marcus said...

Thanks for the comments, I replied once but have had no reply, if you have received my previous rep,yplease disregard this one.

I can see where the issues are and understand your reluctance to change sculptures, lets hope Xan man is able to find a little time in his schedule to done sculpting for Minairons.
Kind regards
Marcus

Unknown said...

Really excited about the Assault Guards!! I have been wishing for them for a while! Thank you Minairons!!!

Byron said...

Hi Lluis: Can you explain what each of the symbols mean on the Pipeline listings?

Soldadets said...

Yes I can, of course. The whole thing works like a semaphore, with five symbols indicating five different stages of creation. From bottom to top: Idea/Will 'to do it' (head with an exclamation mark inside), Technical design (crossed ruler and pencil), Tooling/mould making (crossed wrench and hammer), Production (factory) and eventual Box art (wrapped package).

As a complement, colours mean whether a particular stage has started (yellow), is on course (green) or is over (blue). Red on a symbol is a bad omen; something has forced me to halt the project.

It's more intuitive than accurate, of course. However, besides of keeping people informed, it's a useful tool for me too; as a quick reminder on how are things running as a whole.

Byron said...

Great! Thank you!

Byron said...

Wonderful news about the impending release of new 20mm Spanish Civil War figures! Any chance you will eventually be working on some infantry guns to use with the Moorish artillerymen (which look great, by the way!)?

Soldadets said...

There are two guns I'd like to release over this year - PaK-36 and Schneider 70/16. Both would be fast assembly and metal cast.

Just Jeff said...

The 70/16 mountain/infantry gun is a welcome model! Especially in 15mm/1:100 scale where there is none on the market now. Thank you, Lluis.

Byron said...

Are you abandoning manufacture of 20mm Spanish Civil War infantry/cavalry/artillerymen figures? I see that all the prospective (and sorely needed) sets have been moved down to the "To Be Determined" bin. Hope this isn't the case.

Soldadets said...

Sadly, the sculptor behind Minairons SCW figures gave up continuing the range (I don't know the reasons behind, possibly health ones). I haven't been able to persuade him to keep sculpting, so that I've had to put aside the so far projected sets - until a new suitable sculptor is found.

For some time, I was hoping to hire for this purpose the sculptor behind my WSS figure range, despite he being unfamiliar with the period. A couple of trials seemed quite satisfactory (Moroccan gun and mortar crews), but Putin's War has messed with my plans. That sculptor is Russian, so I no more have means to pay him, nor is there a 100% secure shipment mode.

So...

Byron said...

"There is no joy in Mudville...."

(An obscure reference to a popular American poem, but I couldn't resist.)

Byron said...

I would support a Foreign Legion presale.