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Dungeon Tiles for Miniatures Gaming

by Telvin_3d May 1, 2010
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How much do I scale it up?

I think these are the best candidate for being converted to use with a laser cutter. Anyone feel up to remixing them? lol

Scaling, at least in the proprietary software that comes with DaVinci 2.0 Duo, (haven't had the time to hack it to use other software) has its scaling all wonky and claims its like 2 mm by 2 mm by 2 mm. this makes it unprintable for me because I have to scale each piece individually, making the discrepancies much more significant.

This is the same in Cura, except that you can scale it. If you scale to 2540% then it will be the right size according to the plans shown.

These are still my favorite dungeon tiles... I'm not crazy about the thickness and general lumpiness of the OpenForge ones

why not add door pieces, i always loved not knowing what is behind doors, and actual doors would make it be a lot more realistic.

Also other ideas include Crates, locking crates, and boulders.

It's been a while since your comment, but check out my remix for a closed door and a rough opening that matches this set!

This is an awesome idea, out of curiosity why not make the walls separate of the floor units and make joints so you can put them together as needed?

This would allow the stone walls to print much easier as flats, each piece would have more functions and they would be easier to transport to a game.

Thanks :)

It's awesome to see that someone has printed one of these out. Turned out as well as I could have hoped.

Just a note, I'm working on an updated design that should be far simpler and more streamlined. When that gets finished in the next week or two I'm going to 'depreciate' this version as something I'm actively supporting.

Hi Telvin, is the current version 2709 the current and supported version?

Thank you. I'd love to win the makerbot and print these out myself.

The top-part seems to be completely horizontal and not supported on both sides. Thus it cannot be printed as filament would have to be layed into mid-air.
Could you change that to be at an angle
° (45° is okay)?

Apart from that error I find your idea GREAT!


Depending on scale, these overhangs could easily be small enough that they'd only get a little stringy. If they're not, well, a little whittling never hurt anybody :3

Gaming supplies are a major near-future application for 3DP. As it stands, I'm pretty much dead sure a gaming store could make money with a MakerBot.

The overhang allows for these to (in theory) be cleanly stacked for multi-level builds. Yes, it is a 90* angle, but only a couple mm out in total. Even if there are a few strings a little sandpaper after and it should look great. Alternately, an angled bit could be added to the corner. Might just do that one of these days.

just wondering if you ever did this?