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Any chance we could see a picture of these houses next to the DF:CBS ones? Mostly interested if they match height wise. Obviously there is plenty of diversity amoung building architecture so looks aren't an issue, but matching vertically would be key for mix and match stackability.

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Any chance we could see a picture of these houses next to the DF:CBS ones? Mostly interested if they match height wise. Obviously there is plenty of diversity amoung building architecture so looks aren't an issue, but matching vertically would be key for mix and match stackability.

 

Perhaps Tom could just have a picture of one his houses with measurements listed and those of us with Dwarven Forge can do our own measurements since he may not own any DF:CBS

 

Of course if he does, It would be great to have comparison pics for those of us who are both DF and DRAGONLOCK customers.

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Any chance we could see a picture of these houses next to the DF:CBS ones? Mostly interested if they match height wise. Obviously there is plenty of diversity amoung building architecture so looks aren't an issue, but matching vertically would be key for mix and match stackability.

I'm afraid I don't own any. Our tiles are precisely 2x2", and wall height (with base tile) is 2". :)

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I'm backing this one. I've already been eyeing some of the previous Dragonlock dungeon tiles that are up on Drive-Thru RPG.

I may be getting ahead of myself, though. I just got my 3D printer a few weeks ago and am still in the "setup" phase, really. Fine tuning settings and what-not for optimal prints. I didn't expect it to be an out-of-the-box experience by any means, but yikes!

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I'm backing this one. I've already been eyeing some of the previous Dragonlock dungeon tiles that are up on Drive-Thru RPG.

I may be getting ahead of myself, though. I just got my 3D printer a few weeks ago and am still in the "setup" phase, really. Fine tuning settings and what-not for optimal prints. I didn't expect it to be an out-of-the-box experience by any means, but yikes!

 

Be sure to visit the fat dragon forum, there are lots of knowledgeable people there to get the most out of your prints.

 

http://fatdragongames.proboards.com/

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As much as I like the designs.  Everything that Ive ever gotten 3d printed cannot match bones or dwarvenite in durability...

 

​Though their floor design from a mechanical stand point I think is superior to DF.  (I also like the clip feature on the bottom.  Some I wish DF thought of...would make laying out rooms faster)

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