Iron Wind Metals

Iron Wind Metals is the successor to Ral Partha Enterprises. Iron Wind was started in 2001 by Mike Noe (Ral Partha's long time factory manager) and Marc Rubin (one of the founders of Ral Partha). We have acquired most of the classic Ral Partha designs, and are still locates in the greater Cincinnati area.

We sculpt and produce Classic Ral Partha Fantasy, Ral Partha Historicals, BattleTech minis, and do custom manufacturing for Dark Sword, Crocodile Games and many others.

We produce and sell BatteTech, Hackmaster, and Tin Man Miniatures figures, under license.

We have also provided manufacturing resources to the Kickstarter projects of several other companies.

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First set: 1 January 1970
Last update: 1 January 1970
Next update: ~ we dont know, really.

Crowd Funding Projects from Iron Wind Metals

Ral Partha’s Chaos Wars - Wave 3
Rank and Flank Tabletop Fantasy War Gaming. Chaos Knights, Dryads, and Fae miniatures by Meier, Mize, Saunders, and others.
Setting: Fantasy 25mm
September 2018, Cincinnati, OH, US
Ral Partha's Chaos Wars Dwarf, Undead, Troglodyte Miniatures
Ral Partha's Chaos Wars. Rank and Flank Table Top Fantasy War Gaming. Dwarf, Troglodyte, and Undead miniatures by Meier, Guthrie, etc.
Setting: Fantasy
April 2016, Cincinnati, OH, US
Ral Partha's Chaos Wars
Iron Wind Metals is re-igniting Ral Partha's Chaos Wars, and re-releasing 48 Elf, Orc, and Goblin miniatures; sculpted by Tom Meier.
Setting: Fantasy 15mm
April 2015, Cincinnati, OH, US
BattleTech - Word of Blake Spectral LAMs
Pewter Waneta, Yurei and Pwwka Spectral LAM mechs in ground, hybrid and air modes from Iron Wind Metals - designed by Stephen Huda
Setting: Fantasy 48mm
January 2013, Cincinnati, OH, US

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