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ArchangelDesign

Ancient Stone Ruins 28mm Terrain Piece

by ArchangelDesign Nov 17, 2018
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What percent should it be scaled to for 28mm gaming? It seem pretty small.

Hey, I increased it to about 8 to 10 inches on the X and Y so I calculated a size - made it smaller for most printers but you can scale up to 150-180 if your printer has a larger bed - also check out the remix someone made - it's like Pizza slices, you can print it even larger that way

Did you use supports at all?

Hi, I do not use supports usually. This one can be printed without supports with minor layer delamination under the stairs and arch ways that can be cleaned up with a pair of clippers.

ArchangelDesign, I finished the print and it's fantastic! I went with 150% and once it was sliced a few layers higher, it laid down perfectly and printed without problems on my Prusa i3 Mk3.
I went to tip you, but your account is not set up to receive. I hope you'll continue designing because this file is one of my favorite prints.

Hey!!!! Thanks so much! :) I plan on designing some more, so stay tuned! Glad you liked it, and yeah I never did set up the banking thing, but I just did set it up. I am just kind of getting started with releasing some new things this year. I really appreciate your feedback! Also, if you want, check out my Facebook if you have an account, I have some really cool things ahead planned for 2019! https://www.facebook.com/Archangel-Design-113675872880052 - working on something special right now!

I love the design of this file. After a few failed attempts, I lowered the whole object and now it's printing as expected. Before, it wouldn't lay down the first layer. Apparently, a small section is below the expected bottom layer. I'm hoping this corrects the problem because it's a fantastic piece of terrain.

Hi,

Thanks for downloading! I did notice a few errors, and that was one of them, shaving the bottom by lowering it in the Z on the slicer should do the trick. It was my first attempt sculpting stone, so the STL had some goofy spots in it I couldn't iron out. Getting much better at the technique though! Hope you like the finished product; glad you got it working! :)