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Normandy Boulangerie - S.N.A.F.U WW2 Wargame System

by mgleite Jul 21, 2017
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Lovely building. I would love to see this in two levels with the roof removable to be useful for Flames of War.

Hi!!! I´m working in a new range of buildings, stay tuned!

are you sure about the dimensions being 28mm?
I quickly imported the house to compare it to a 28mm sd kfz 251-1 and must say your looks more like 15mm scale?
When I upscale it to 28mm (scale 1.786) the house dimensions look a lot better, but the stuff like doors and windows suddently became massive!
Is the building really supposed to be this small/narrow?For reference, many of my laser cut buildings are roughly 15x20 cm in footprint

Yes, the build is small and narrow for 28mm scale, not so huge... :)

In addition,could you post up a roof version that is only roof tiles (so no cutout for the chimney). Some of my buildings have other angles so I'm afraid the window version will look silly there

Hi Hendrickdc! Thanks for your comment!

This weekend I'll work on it and put for download!


nice model! have you considered using a laser cutter to build the main bulk of the building? I might want to give this a try to combine it with a lasercut superstructure with 3D printed roof

Normandy Boulangerie New Roofs and Side - S.N.A.F.U WW2 Wargame System
by mgleite

That´s a good question... I made this model in Rhinoceros and I never try anything before for laser cutting... :( Any help is welcome!


Wallthickness i would make 3mm (most common mdf size). Any detailing on the facade should be glued on.I thnk one can do these by doing a plane cut on each of your individual walls.
I believe sketchup allowsyou to turn a 3D stl into a 2D svg or pdf. The biggest issue is connecting the mdf pannels which i usually do by making cutouts (see any of my designs). However a 90 degree cornerstone piece could be printed to cover these up?


I´m making some tests, generating a WMF file (it´s a vector file).I need to rebuild all model because the I didn´t think in connectors and other things. I saw your designs and I´ll try to make a simple house for learning about the process. For me, it´s very interesting because I really like to learn new things! :)