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New Dungeon Terrain

Postby torilen » Tuesday October 13th, 2015 7:35pm

I don't normally advertise for others, but this is pretty sweet.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/16 ... ng-terrain

Dungeon Terrain you can print on your own 3-d printer. I don't know how much the material for 3-d printers
cost, but it's gotta cost less than buying terrain like this from someone else.

(wishing I had a 3-d printer now).


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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby StratosVX » Tuesday October 13th, 2015 7:53pm

That actually looks pretty awesome.


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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby Goblin-King » Wednesday October 14th, 2015 2:59am

I know very little about 3D printing. Isn't it rather expensive to print stuff in large quantities like this for an entire dungeon?

Models look good, if not a little on the average...


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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby Thantos » Wednesday October 14th, 2015 4:39am

Nice dungeon bits. Although unless these are printed on a printer with heated bed, they will be prone to warp and not fit together well.
For example, the sample image they have printed on the ultimaker Go with no heated bed, the part on the right has a warped up near corner. https://ksr-ugc.imgix.net/assets/004/61 ... 5678536ecf
Too many parts like that and they wont clip together well, especially on the 4x4 pieces which will curl up as it cools on the bed.

Aside from that concern, looks good, similar style to dwarven forge :D
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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby torilen » Wednesday October 14th, 2015 9:10am

Thanks for the tip, Thantos. I know next to nothing about 3-d printing, so folks like me appreciate
warnings. :D

I like it, mostly for the connectability (makes for easy play without having to readjust things all
the time) and the fact you can stack things...actually have the heroes start on the top level of
a dungeon and have the interior covered up - that'd be a GREAT game time - the suspense would
kill the players.


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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby IvenBach » Wednesday October 14th, 2015 11:25am

I'll keep an eye on this. 3D Printing is still in its infancy. I have a few 3D printed dungeon accessories that I'm painting. If I can get them finished I'll post pictures of them so you can see (I've said that before...) how they come out. I'm just really partial to the 2.5d method by DMScotty since it's minimal storage and walls don't get in your way.


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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby IvenBach » Saturday April 30th, 2016 2:10am

Was perusing and thought this would go will here. http://dmscraft.proboards.com/thread/3668/wilmanrics-3d-printing-adventure


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Re: New Dungeon Terrain

Postby Daedalus » Monday February 27th, 2017 1:01pm

Goblin-King wrote:I know very little about 3D printing. Isn't it rather expensive to print stuff in large quantities like this for an entire dungeon?

This is a good question. For a hobbyist-gamer, a reasonably low plastic cost for something as substantial as a dungeon set could go a long way toward justifying the cost of a 3D printer. Dungeon sets can easily run into hundreds of dollars.
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