Precision cut high quality 100mm x 35mm clear rectangle acrylic bases for mounting your miniatures without obscuring the terrain they are standing on. These bases include a number of pre-cut holes.
The hole is configured as 1x 4mm round hole positioned 8mm in and 0mm along, clockwise from the center of edge 0. N.B. Measurements regarding holes are relative to the centres of the holes.
These bases are available in thicknesses of 1mm, 2mm, 3mm & 4mm and are supplied in a convenient sprue (sheet) and simply need to be popped out when needed (and may need trimming slightly before use.) All our acrylic bases are shipped covered with a protective film to prevent scratches during transit and when stored - this film MUST be removed before use. When removing the film, we advise against the use of sharp tools, and recommend scratching at the edge gently with a finger nail. If in doubt, please message us for further advice.
If you cannot see a base size, shape, or colour to suite your needs, please send us a message - we manufacture all our bases in our workshop and are constantly expanding our product portfolio.
IMPORTANT: A note on thickness...
While we offer many of our bases in different thicknesses, care should be taken to choose the thickness most suitable to your needs. In particular, our 1mm acrylic is very soft and only suitable for gaming bases up to approximately 20mm. In general, we recommend 2mm thickness as a starting point unless you have specific needs. Please see below for information regarding suitability for basing miniatures at each thickness. This information should be used as a guide only...
|1mm:||Suitable for gaming up to 20mm, display up to 40mm, may not be suitable over 40mm.|
|2mm:||Suitable for gaming up to 60mm, display up to 130mm.|
|3mm:||Suitable for gaming and display at any size.|
|4mm:||Suitable for gaming and display at any size.|
And finally, while we use the best quality materials possible, due to the nature of manufacturing processes for our raw materials, the thickness of our acrylic is approximate and can vary by +/- 5%