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Metal Earth
3D Laser Cut Metal Model Building Kit

These metal model kits are a hands-on building challenge that result in an eye-catching finished product shining with tiny, intricate details. Flat sheets of laser-cut stainless steel come into stunning, three-dimensional life before your eyes without glue or soldering.

  • Instructions: Snip out the pieces and bend the tabs through the corresponding connection points
  • No glue or solder needed
  • Highly detailed etched models
  • Display your masterpiece when completed
  • Please note: Needle nose pliers or tweezers are recommended


Black Pearl: Moderate (2-3 hours); Apollo CSM with LM: Challenging (3-5 hours); Ford 1965 Mustang Coupe: Moderate (2-3 hours); Freight Train Box Set: Challenging (4-6 hours); Brooklyn Bridge: Moderate (2-4 hours); Tiger I Tank: Moderate (3-4 hours); European Armor: Challenging (3-5 hours); Mustang P51D: Challenging (2-4 hours); T. Rex Skeleton: Moderate (2-4 hours)




Metal sheets, detailed instructions


Black Pearl: 3.90" x 3.12" x 0.70"; Apollo CSM with LM: 5.07" x 2.28" x 3.45"; Ford 1965 Mustang Coupe: 3.51" x 0.98' x 3.45"; Freight Train Box Set: 17.67" x 0.7" x 1.06"; Brooklyn Bridge: 5.34" x 1.95" x 0.9"; Tiger I Tank: 2.85" x 1.76" x 1.17"; Europe


Black Pearl: 0.1 lb; Apollo CSM with LM: 0.25 lb; Ford 1965 Mustang Coupe: 0.1 lb; Freight Train Box Set: 0.7 lb; Brooklyn Bridge: 0.1 lb; Tiger I Tank: 0.1 lb; European Armor: 0.1 lb; Mustang P51D: 0.1 lb; T-Rex Skeleton: 0.1 lb


Stainless steel


Metal Earth

Metal Earth began in 1985 with the goal of creating ways to captivate the imagination and inspire wonder. In 2011, they introduced their signature metal model building kits that certainly nail both. Flat, laser-cut sheets of stainless steel come into three-dimensional life before your eyes—and by your hands. Equal parts model and work of art, each kit assembles without tools or glue (though tweezers can be helpful). Depending on which one you pick, a model can be a little bit challenging, but will also be a whole lot of fun to put together. And at the end, you’re left with a shiny, mini Brooklyn Bridge or freight train to admire—and a great sense of accomplishment.