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kingma15
post Jan 28 2011, 11:25 PM
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I was looking at getting some magnetic movement trays (as seen at http://www.back2base-ix.com/index.php?_a=v...t&catId=50) for my army but am a little confused with the sizings in the drop down menu.

Here are the sizes of the units I will have, could you tell me what sizer movement trays I need to buy please?

All units will be 5 bases wide and on 20mm bases.

30 bases
30 bases
30 bases
30 bases
35 bases
35 bases

Thanks very much

Luke
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post Jan 28 2011, 11:46 PM
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Im going to assume youve glued some type of metal (washer) underneath your plastic bases, or are using metal bases to warrant using this type of magnetized tray?

You can email me direct at back2baseix at gmail dot com for further details.

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I was looking at getting some magnetic movement trays (as seen at http://www.back2base-ix.com/index.php?_a=v...t&catId=50) for my army but am a little confused with the sizings in the drop down menu.

Here are the sizes of the units I will have, could you tell me what sizer movement trays I need to buy please?

All units will be 5 bases wide and on 20mm bases.

30 bases
30 bases
30 bases
30 bases
35 bases
35 bases

Thanks very much

Luke



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post Jan 29 2011, 09:56 PM
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I've encountered the same problem that Luke had...

Could you please update the B2B website with the same info you have on your eBay store re:movement trays?

Eg: MDF Movement Tray Warhammer Fantasy 20mm Base 5F x 2D

Only having the mm listed on the drop down menu means that ebay orders take precedence due to simplicity.


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post May 7 2014, 12:44 PM
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QUOTE(khanoth @ May 7 2014, 12:05 PM) *

I've encountered the same problem that Luke had...

Could you please update the B2B website with the same info you have on your eBay store re:movement trays?

Eg: MDF Movement Tray Warhammer Fantasy 20mm Base 5F x 2D

Only having the mm listed on the drop down menu means that ebay orders take precedence due to simplicity.


Im not so sure what it is that's confusing and/or missing from our site.

To start with, select your tray type from the sites side menu, under 'MDF Movement Trays & Bases', to get to the appropriate section of the site (Magflex, Magnetic or plain MDF)

Then from the next page select the tray group based on the miniature bases that will be going on the tray (EG 20mm, 25mm, 40mm, etc)

Then from the item page use the pull down menu to select the formation desired. The menu includes both the front rank and rank depth in numbers (eg 5 x 4) as well as mm (100mm x 80mm, for a 20mm based regiment).

Unless your browser is showing something else?

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