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https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/625262290/3d-printable-fantasy-ruins?ref=discovery_category_newest

 

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Here is my collection of fantasy ruins the can be 3D printed for tabletop games.

The pledges will be delivered as STL files for you to print on your home 3D Printer.

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Disclaimer: i do not own a 3d printer yet so i have not test printed these models, if you find any error let me know and i will sort out the meshes for you.

All models have been checked for errors in mesh-mixer and a couple of them will need to be sliced to fit onto smaller build plates some of them already fit onto a 300 x 300 mm plate.

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Does it seem somewhat odd to aim for a 300x300mm build plate, when the most common inexpensive but decent printer is what, 235x235mm?

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29 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Does it seem somewhat odd to aim for a 300x300mm build plate, when the most common inexpensive but decent printer is what, 235x235mm?

 

I think that's explained by the sentence ahead of it "Disclaimer: i do not own a 3d printer yet so i have not test printed these models, if you find any error let me know and i will sort out the meshes for you."

 

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3 hours ago, Lidless Eye said:

This seems really expensive for a limited STL set that has had no test printing done for viability.

 

Agreed,  50Lb for that?  I could sculpt that up in ZBrush in a few days.  I need to run my own STL KS apparently.

 

17 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Does it seem somewhat odd to aim for a 300x300mm build plate, when the most common inexpensive but decent printer is what, 235x235mm?

 

Most resin printers are much smaller.  My Photon is 80mm x 185mm.

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3 hours ago, TaleSpinner said:

 

Agreed,  50Lb for that?  I could sculpt that up in ZBrush in a few days.  I need to run my own STL KS apparently.

please do @TaleSpinner! I would back your work sight unseen as long as it was reasonably priced.

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I'm pretty sure we can make all that with foamcore, insulation foam, and a hotknife.

 

For 50 quid?

 

Not real impressed, to be honest.

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To be fair, points along the vein of "I can make that myself" are really moot. These are for people who do not have the skill or inclination to make themselves. 

 

That said, I think this offering is far too expensive for what you get. The market for STL-files with terrain pieces is rapidly getting crowded with a lot of very talented designers, many of whom even give away many models for free on sites such as thingiverse.

 

I freely admit to being a whale of sorts when it comes to such kickstarters. I have backed many.  But with such a rather unimaginative and small offering that is not even test printed, by a designer that starts out by admitting they dont have any experience with 3D-printers? For top dollar? Just no. 

Had there been a great many more models offered in the same package, then maybe. Quantity can make up for quality.

 

If these designes had been outstanding in some way, then maybe. This project does not have any of the "I gotta have it"-factor that I find many other stl-projects do have.

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