CAUTION: Our products are not toys! Therefore, they are not for children under 14 years of age.


Tabletop-Art resin products are made from high-quality 2-component polyurethane Fast Cast. We pay for the production of a clean and bubble-free casting. After the production run by the products of a quality control and products are sorted out with defects. Production processes may, however minor casting defects, such as Bubbles are present, this is not a reason for complaint and in this case is not entitled to warranty and replacement.

Instructions for use:

The following instructions for dealing with resin products should be respected.

1. Cleaning:Clean the resin product with water, soap and a brush. Rinse with clean water and at least 1 day to dry well. This will ensure that no resin-oil residues are more on the product, which could prevent optimal primer! 

2. Deburring:Remove all burrs with a craft knife and cast the remains of the base or the miniature. Sometimes it can also make sense with fine sandpaper to rework it again.

3. Check:With miniature bases, you should check the status of the base and rework if necessary with sandpaper in order to have an optimal level for the thumbnail.

4. Attaching miniatures/ Assembly:Miniatures should be donated at best, and then fixed with super glue on the base. We also recommend the items to donate and to fill any potential gaps with Green Stuff.

(Provided by the Pinselknecht)


Tabletop-Art tin products are made from high quality tin alloy. This includes lead, which can be chewed or swallowed, causing health problems.

Instructions for use:

The following instructions for dealing with tin products should be considered.

1. Deburring:Remove with a craft knife, file or sandpaper all burrs and casting residues from the product.

2. Assembly:Miniatures should best be donated and then glued with super glue. Any potential gaps should be filled with green stuff.