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We currently have a second Kickstarter live at the moment, entitled Starship II - 3D printable OpenLOCK-compatible Deck Plans. The campaign is already over 1300% financed, and we are working on the 8th Stretch Goal.

If you have a 3D printer, these tiles can really bring your tabletop experience to life, with a strong influences from the designs of Rob Cobb and Kazutaka Miyatake.

Unpainted PLA at 150 microns Unpainted PLA at 150 microns

 

Printed on a Flashforge Finder/Creator Pro Printed on a Flashforge Finder/Creator Pro

 

Unpainted PLA at 150 microns Unpainted PLA at 150 microns

The Sets

This campaign's featured sets are shown below (these are renderss).

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Stretch Goals Unlocked So Far

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We are now working towards these bonus floor tile types, a grate and plate style in I, S and E tiles We are now working towards these bonus floor tile types, a grate and plate style in I, S and E tiles

 

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