This and the other manhole release are the final ones in the basic set of OpenForge Streets. Because the manhole is on the edge of the tile, this set has special bases to handle having to cut out the side.
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For each gutter tile, print yourself one of .gutter. and a base of the same size (2x2, 2x4 or 4x4). The streets are in 25mm square basis (which matches Dwarven Forge). If you want that size, print without changes, and print one of the 25mm bases. If you instead want inch squares, scale the street tile on X and Y by 101.6% and print one of the inch bases. Finally, if you want wyloch style tiles (1.25" per square) scale the X and Y by 127%.
You will also need to print out one of the grates that fits the design of the edge (either rounded or squared).
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
As most of you know, Gearbest provided me with their Tronxy X5s printer. This full set was printed on the printer, and I'm very happy with how they came out. Overall, the Tronxy X5s is now printing better then my Prusa i3 in pretty much every way. I still use both, but I'm doing prints on this printer first in almost every case because they come out with less need for cleanup then the ones on my prusa.