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OpenLOCK columns and side locking walls

by Printablescenery Feb 9, 2017
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The OpenLOCK clip has been updated to to 5.4. We have slightly reduced the Z height so that printer debris does not affect the clip working

The Rampage Castle system is OpenLOCK with side clips and top locking, Its designed for complete building construction. The Dungeons are designed for dungeons, ruins and smaller buildings, You can still use all the parts from the dungeons in the Rampage Castle and visa versa. Ill make a video to show you why there is no need for conversions

So the question is, will you update the RAMPAGE A-RPG-*.STL files to side lock and produce the other parts in heavy wall form? Or do I have to wait for the RAMPAGE CASTLE? (I backed the kickstarter). This will minimize the number of different parts I need to print.

The Rampage Castle system is OpenLOCK with side clips and top locking, Its designed for complete building construction. The Dungeons are designed for dungeons, ruins and smaller buildings, You can still use all the parts from the dungeons in the Rampage Castle and visa versa. Ill make a video to show you why there is no need for conversions

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When will your rampage line be updated to use this?

I already upgraded the circular walls myself with the stacking tabs so I could build towers, but being the side lock would would be even better.

There is no need as OpenLOCK is completely backward compatible, the side lock and top lock are just options for advanced scenery design.

Could you post a video or how to to make the complex structure you have in the picture? Please!

OpenLOCK is designed for use by 3D modellers as an interconnecting scenery system. You need to have a high skill level with a 3d modelling application in order to make use of these parts. These are some of the parts the 3D modellers have made using OpenLOCK http://www.thingiverse.com/search/page:1?q=OpenLOCK&sa=

For a second I thought these were parts for a door lock. Could you imagine explaining to police that a thief broke into your open locked front door?