Extensions for Terraforming Mars Game
by wisar, published
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If you play the board game Terraforming Mars and want to print some 3D Tiles there is an excellent collection here:
What I have done is added some of my own twists. This includes two new Sperrgebiet (Exclusion Area) tiles and two Ocean tiles. I had problems printing in the first case and wanted something that would print with less extruder movements in the second case. There is also a hat that you can print for the top of a dome if you should choose to print the Domed City model.
The other thing included here is a case for a collection of printed tiles. There should be room in the case for 25 greenery tiles and 15 city tiles in addition to the 9 ocean and 7 special tiles that make up the collection. Note that I have only printed and painted 22 and 12 of the greenery and city tiles.
The bars version of the exclusion area should print on any machine that can do a decent bridge. The chainlink version may require you to play a little with extrusion width.
The tiles case may not work well in PLA as it was designed for a copolymer filament that allows the lid to flex so it fits over the pegs that secure it to the case. It will probably be ok printed in PET(-G) or even ABS. I used Colorfabb NGEN.
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