This contains all the bases that have been designed that are intended for use with the tiles from the OpenForge 2.0 City Streets set.
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There are three factors to consider when selecting a base.
1) The tile size. This will match between the tile and the base, such as 2x2 or 4x2.
2) What size basis do you want the tiles to be in. There are three choices:
- 25mm - every square is 25mm on a side. This is compatible with Dwarven Forge. There is no need to scale the tile top with 25mm.
- inch - every square is 1 inch (25.4 mm). This is compatible with Printable Scenery (OpenLOCK), DragonLOCK and HirstArts. Scale the tile top when you print it by 101.6% in the X and Y axes.
- wyloch - every square is an inch and a quarter (31.75mm). This is compatible with hero's horde and wyloch tiles. Scale the tile top when you print it by 127% in the X and Y axes.
3) What connection system do you want to use. We offer 4 connectivity options:
- Magnetic - uses 5mm spherical magnets. 1 each along the center of every square that is on the edge of the tile
- Magnetic + OpenLOCK - uses 5mm spherical magnets. 1 each along the center of every square that is on the edge of the tile. Also has an OpenLOCK connector at the vertice between each square.
- OpenLOCK - Has an OpenLOCK connector at the vertice between each square.
- OpenLOCK Triplex - Has an OpenLOCK connector at the vertice between each square, and at the center of each square.
Other Street Tiles
You can find the rest of this set as it gets released, along with some other city street tiles that people from around thingiverse have been creating in the OpenForge 2 Streets Collection