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Future Worlds:  Damaged Industrial Modular Scenery Set

Future Worlds: Damaged Industrial Modular Scenery Set

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The Damaged Industrial Modular Scenery Set contains models which snap together using the OpenLOCK system allowing you to rapidly build large, flexible layouts for your skirmish, wargaming or role playing endeavours.  These 3D models can be re-printed over and over to give you as extensive a collection as you want - and you don't have to worry about printing models that you don't actually want.  Print what you want, when you want it.  These designs look great and can be made for mere cents per model.

This product is .STL files enabling you to print damaged High Tech based scenery on a 3D printer and in order to produce a real world copy of the digital models you must have access to 3D printer.


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Shawn Z November 10, 2017 3:37 pm UTC
I'm curious. How much of a spool does, say, printing a section of floor take? I've got some projects in mind but am trying to figure out how much plastic it will take.

Thanks. These look good and will work well with what I intend.
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Jonathan W September 27, 2017 11:37 pm UTC
Looks like Industrial Damaged Doorway 2 is a duplicate of Industrial Damaged 180 corner.

Do any of the wall pieces have the locking mechanism to connect a wall to a wall? The side locking mechanic? I see notches but they look more like artifacts of the artwork.

Also can you put a .png/.jpg of the files with their names in the folder so I can quickly look at a index of the files without having to open each one individually? Printable scenery does this with all their files and it makes picking out the pieces easy.

Lastly, can you put in this file or your pdf the average walls (how many if any more than 2), the % of infill (20% is normal or not at all), and other particulars that someone who is a complete novice would need to print the models. Printable scenery does this on their web page and it makes it an easy reference.

Thank you for making these models, I will be using them in my upcoming game and I'd like to make sure I'm doing them right.
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Nicholas F November 05, 2017 3:38 am UTC
Hi Jonathan,
My apologies on the delay in answering - I thought I have the notification setting turned on, but apparently not.
At the time this was designed, OpenLOCK 5.0 wasn't available so the is no specific joiner for walls. The notches are for the internal wall corners which have a base which is too small to use OpenLock. They help straighten the walls significantly and of course mean you don't have a line where there's a gap in corners.
I hadn't considered a .png/.jpg for easy reference, but it makes sense - I'll add when I have an opportunity and then update. As a customer you'll get notification and links to the new updated product.
I'm not quite sure what you were asking about the average walls. The set contains walls in 1", 2" and 3" straight lengths, all of which are 1/2" wide allowing a double sided wall which fits neatly in the inch gap between rooms. In terms of printing details, I initially printed all of the prototypes at a layer height of .2mm which...See more
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This title was added to our catalog on September 27, 2017.