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IRON SHEET | Vinyl Metal Sheet

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  • JRI PREMIUM PRODUCT

    Get ready to release the doves to a fanfare of epic proportion!  This is what you have always wanted!  The Iron Sheet is here!!!

    Now you can place any sized model, anywhere you want!  Huge wings, spikey tails, extra-long sharp talons?  No problem!  With a Crystal Fortress Iron Sheet all those beautifully detailed models will come out of the dark for all to see!

     

    Say this three times quickly:

    Flexible Metal Vinyl Sheeting

     

    GIF of Orca Case with Iron Sheet

     

    The Iron Sheet is sized to fit an Orca case or cover. Buy two to fill a Humpback or easily cut one in half to use in a Beluga. 

    Want full control of where to place those highly detailed larger miniatures?  Now you have it with a Crystal Fortress Iron Sheet.

      

     

    Flexibility Granted

    Iron Sheets allow you to securely place magnetized miniatures down where every you want!  Easily cut the sheet with a razor blade to the size you need. 

    Where will you stick your Iron Sheet?  There are many options to those who are creative!  

     

    Instructions

    1. Cut and remove a 1" strip of adhesive film.

    Peel a 1" strip from adhesive film

     

    2. Align the longest edge on the base layer.

    Align the longest edge on the base layer

     

    3. Apply pressure to secure 1" strip.

    Apply pressure to secure 1" strip

     

    4. Peel remaining adhesive film.

    Peel remaining adhesive film

     

    5. Carefully sweep down and apply pressure to fully secure.

    Carefully sweep down and apply pressure to fully secure

     

    6. Ready to assemble your Crystal Fortress!

    Crystal Fortress Orca Case with Iron Sheet

     

      

    Description

    •  Solid flexible ferrous vinyl sheet allows magnets to attach.

    •  Formulated with the perfect amount of magnetic pull to keep your miniatures secure.

    •  Professional grade 3M adhesive.

    •  Sized to fit one Orca sized case/cover.  Two are required for a Humpback sized case/cover. 

    •  Easily able to cut with a razor, or heavy duty scissors. 

    •  To help maintain the amount of light entering the cases, we recommend installing the Iron Sheet in the lowest case layer.

    NOTE: Layout Layers cannot be installed with an Iron Sheet.






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Jordan P.
Amazing and Keep Models Safe

The sheet is great so I just add my Models to it and they stay tight.

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Mathew B.
Strong, cut, and flexible magnets perfect for odd items that don't fit layers

The glue backing side to these things are STRONG, and seal up extraordinarily quickly. Once down it fits great and holds super strong against the casing, and models work very well with it. The layers are great, but this works extremely well for bases or models without bases that don't fit into the conventional slots for them. When putting it on, you do have to be very careful as because of the quick seal, any slight angle error is bubble are hard to fix. They do add in a nice scrapper to remove the bubbles, which just takes time, but make sure to align beforehand. GREAT once you do.

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Philip S.
Works Well

These work well and fit perfectly inside my two Orcas!

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Matthew N.
Amazing, but heed the light warning!

I have a picture of my 2 cases. After I applied the layer to all the areas on my one Orca I really started wishing I hadn’t. I hope there is some easy way to remove them without damaging the case. But they hold and hold well, so lowest case level only is great advice! I would do magnets on lowest case and slots everywhere else.

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Xandercles
The Bomb

As great as the iron target disks and layout layers are (and they really are), there are some minis whose bases are too large or irregular to easily fit on one. Enter, the Iron Sheet. With this thing, you can fit almost any magnetized minis, cram in an insane number of minis when necessary, or just arrange your minis in a cool diorama fashion. Only downside is that the iron sheet does block light from filtering down, so it's best in the bottom layer of a stacked case only, but hey, I can live with that. Really glad I got one of these.

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Blake R.
Simple enough

I got two of these for the bottom of my stack. It allows me to put swarms of minis or extra large ones together, which can lead to some fun setting up mini scenes.

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Jackson
Great for multiple kits

This way you can magnetize the models and don’t have to rely on formats to store units. Put in just a couple of models, or entire armies.

Instructions - Size Guide Specifications

Fortress Size Guide

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Horizontal Dimensions

Base Sizes