3D Catan Terrain Pieces
by JAWong, published
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These prints are direct replacement terrain pieces for the orignal Settler of Catan board game but in 3D! It still requires you to own the complete game as these are only the base pieces for the board.
They have an added feature for semi-secure placement of the original number circlets, roads, and settlement/city. Everyone hates it when the board is accidently bumped!(sometimes on purpose ;p)
Also check out these awesome border tiles from rbuckbailey:
and these great water tiles from greko87:
They are designed to be printed on hobbyst 3D printers. The intent is to print them with the corresponding filament color so little or no extra coloring is required.
Finally added some border tiles. It requires you to have at least a 10"x10" printing bed. I wanted to make several unique tiles but it was taking too much time so made then mostly the same. I will make new designs in the future:) The indents are for fish and harbor pieces.
Border1-2 Ver2 Rev1 (new)
Border2-3 Ver2 Rev1 (new)
Border3-4 Ver2 Rev1 (new)
Border4-5 Ver2 Rev1 (new)
Border6-1 Ver2 Rev1 (new)
Fish2-3-11-12 Ver2 Rev2(New, issues with thin walls during slicing)
Ore1 Ver2 Rev2 (STL fixed from MatthewLaBerge)
Desert1 Ver2 Rev1 (New)
Wood1 Ver2 Rev2 (removed floating artifacts thanks to MatthewLaBerge)
Sheep1 Ver2 Rev2 (removed floating artifacts)
Brick1 Ver2 Rev2 (removed floating artifacts)
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