This is a modular Zelda dungeon kit I made. The goal was to make a dungeon board where you can interchange the pieces and make your own Zelda dungeon layouts with ease.
The Kit comes with a tile tray, walls, interchangeable doors, and swap-able dungeon tiles. Also includes a full size tray with all 4 walls, and a half size tray with 2 walls (for people with larger printers).
Printed with the most standard PLA settings in Cura. I wanted to make this as easy to print as possible.
Only dungeon tiles need supports, everything else should be able to print without them.
Rafts should probably be used for the tray and walls, but outside that I don't think you need them.
Lava (or water) tiles are slightly lower than regular tiles and have a flat surface. These should either be printed in a different PLA color, or painted the appropriate color. Examples shown above.
Printing all the necessary dungeon tiles takes a VERY long time. On average it took me about 9 hours to print a set of 15. Of course infill and print speeds will vary. Just be aware that this will be a long engagement!
There is a small gap where the doors connect. If your walls aren't glued to the tile tray, doors may have a tendency to be a little loose. Not a big deal but something worth noting. This is why I also included the pieces as individual objects, and as combined half and full sets.
If you want to print this smaller, please remember to resize ALL files accordingly.
Ocarina of Time Link (which is shown in the examples above) is from user "Printed."
Link from OoT by printed: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:68416
This is a video demonstration of how the whole system works.