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SciFi Tower Keep for 3D Printers

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(Miniature Figures of Soliders are not included and are not implied to be any part of this offer)

The KEEP TOWER for 3D Printers is a modular and customizable terrain peice for table top war games set in SciFi and near future genres.  The files are mostly able to print without rafting or supports (only the small rooftop parts need support). They are arranged to be printed on a delta printer bed of 17cm diameter print beds (but you will need to turn off rafting and reduce the skirt to just 1mm).

The floor level has sockets on the bottom and pins in the top to allow stacking of multiple levels to your needs... though more than five levels may be unsatble.  The unique roof model has options for hardpoint mounts with either glue, drilled pins, or drilled magnets. In these photos there are magnets simply glued to the surface. The roof parts are fully articulated with the magnets. (Use a hair dryer and finger pressure before inserting guns, lights to make the yokes grip the parts with more friction)

The floor has two blank areas on the inside and two on the outside for gluing on various panels printed seperately. These simulate doors, AntiPersonnel Weapons, Terminals and more. (Look for expantion packs to come in the future)

Print the files as many times as you like, customize them to your needs, and keep levels in storage for a different set of "building blocks" each time you play!

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Neil P April 08, 2016 6:19 pm UTC
Nice work. I have not printed yet but have poured over the STLs in a viewer. I really like the fiddly bits: panels, doors, that A/C unit. They can be used to help decorate other models as well. I look forward to what comes next from the designer.
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Neil P March 28, 2016 8:11 am UTC
I like the look of this. Not sure If I will buy. I am new to 3d printing but am learning fast. I am among many who got a lower cost printer and am loving it (and am saving for a much better model by maybe next year). The problem is reading the above. What does "delta printer bed of 17cm diameter print beds" mean. My printer is small and can print in a 15cm cube. I have a regular print bed. Is, for some reason, your prints can only worl on this "delta" thing, whatever that is? If you got answers, I got a hankering to add this to my cart.
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Michael H March 31, 2016 12:45 pm UTC
A delta printer is any 3-D printer that uses a 3 pole drive. to position the printhead over a Circular printing area. All that means is it's that it is a particular kind of printer design. These files should work well on any kind of printer that uses STL files. Since the Delta printer has a circular base it's measured in radius or diameter. If your printer base is only 15 cm it still might fit because this square model has to fit inside a circle that is 17 cm in diameter.
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Michael H March 31, 2016 12:46 pm UTC
If you send me a private message, I would be happy to send you a free STL file example.
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Michael H March 31, 2016 12:51 pm UTC
I just measured the model. The largest part is 12cm square so your printer will have no problem.
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Neil P April 08, 2016 3:42 am UTC
Thanks for responding. All I can say to you is..... I bought it. Looking forward to more!
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