Renaissance Miniatures

Maker of 28/32mm scale buildings, vehicles, ships and accessories. Kits are usually pre-painted, easy to assemble.

Renee and Steve Baker have considerable experience with "flexible manufacturing" - laser cutting, 3D printing, CNC milling, etc. Renee has experience with interior design and management and started a small business making custom dollhouses. Steve has been a gamer since Dungeons & Dragons was pronounced "Chainmail" and works in as a 3D graphics consultant in computer games, simulation and augmented reality.

Renaissance Miniatures was initially funded by our "Medieval Village" Kickstarter back in November 2012 and later boosted to a long-term viable business by our "East Asian Village" Kickstarter in May 2013 and our "Pirates" Kickstarter in mid-2014. Our "Castles & Siege Engines" project in March 2015 was a 'quicky' two week project. Our "Victorian/SteamPunk" project launched in October 2015.

We have two state-of-the-art Lasersaur laser cutters which allow us to make all of our product in-house in Manor, Texas. We are actively investigating 3D printing and CNC milling technologies for the production of terrain and accessories for the gamer market and run Renaissance Innovations, which investigates other business opportunities in gaming and graphics software consultancy.

BlackHat Miniatures have licensed Renaissance Miniatures East Asian series models in 08.2017

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