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by MagicEngineer Jan 25, 2017
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This looks amazing. Anyone got the overall dimensions of Assembled build? I'm a bit worried it might be too big for my gaming table
Also any idea of a rough PLA filiment estimate (Including supports)

I've wanted to print this for a long while now, but at first, it wasn't working for me properly. I changed the filament recently, using e-sun PLA, and the first piece turned out brilliant!
It will take me a while to print considering that one piece takes nearly 3/4s of a roll of and I'm only allowed one roll a month.
But, Magic Engineer, I'm so glad that you made this. Much thanks mate!!
I'm looking forward to the finish print with bated breath.

I am printing this now. This is AMAZING!!! I have seen where this was printed at %86, but then realized I don’t know if when finished it will fit on my table. Can someone post the footprint of this model when completed? How long and wide is it when assembeled?

I have finished my print. I am finishing up and taking progress pictures. I will keep you updated, Magic Engineer. I have worked on this since June.

How long has a completed version taken?
I'm about to start this and Part 1 of 18 says it will be 3 1/2 days, That sound right? Also any tips to make it come with good quality?

I suggest .2 layer height with 20% infill. I printed with supports upright. It wasted a lot of filament, but I printed the shelving (and everything) upright. After trying several orientations on the first piece, I decided the cost was worth it. (That is, for my printer. I know some people have a better method, but this was my best chance at the results I ended up with. )

That depends on your printer and settings. The parts are thick. You might try a lower infill.

I made one, posting some photos. I added some accessories to it and also painted it.

I am still in the process of printing this. It will be quite large, but I think it will be awesome. If you want to see something interesting, load it up to Sculpteo and see how much it costs to print. it was something like $20,000 LOL

Could this be used as a castle for players to attack or defend? Im curious how the minis would sit on the top row, would you see them over the edge of the wall? What is the total height? Could you make an alternate version of the towers for use as a tower that minis can stand in?

Definitely, you can check at the pictures of the one I made in the "Made" section

OMG that looks SOOOOO epic! Love it!

Ok, 2nd question :D

The dice tower that faces out to the players, can that be turned so that it faces the DM or does it have to be that way? I dont normally like rolling my dice at the players.. Love keeping the mystery..

Thank you.

There is 2 dice towers, one inward, one outward. I guess you could technically print the lower part of the 1st tower 2 times to have them both point inward. But I recommend to use the model as intended and have 1 in and 1 out :) You do not have to use the outward one if you do not want to :) Just my 2 cents :)

I love the player/DM separate dice rolling towers, that is just brilliant.