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This is a collection of various scale dungeon parts. The "grid" is a 30mm grid because I like my walls to straddle the grid "lines". So 4mm thick walls and 26mm squares gives a 30mm grid.
I was inspired by the various dungeon wall models here and thought I could improve on the designs to make them more modular and flexible and increasing the things they can do.
I'd like to make multi-level models. With this design, walls can connect at any ordinate angle and should mesh well. No need for corner, tee, cross walls. (Although I will most likely make some of those for convenience.)
I will be adding more models as I finish them.
One improvement that I will most likely make is to add a small pocket to the bottoms of the floor pieces and possibly the tops and bottoms of the walls. This pocket would be sized to fit a small magnet. The magnets would help the floor tiles hold to a metal surface (since they aren't very heavy) and the magnets might also allow you to stack walls vertically.
I've printed most of these parts and they work well now. I've made some changes to some parts to improve the printability. The hinge parts no longer have holes in them. You will need to add holes post-process. I've found that paper clips work great for hinge pins!
There are two parts that have a top and bot(tom). Glue these together. They were separated so that they could be 3D printed without support.
The door hinges will require some sort of pin. The holes are around 1mm diameter. I am planning on using sewing pins (the kind with flat heads that look like mini nails) and cutting them off to the right height.
No more base parts required. And now the walls will stand up on their own until you place the floor tiles over their supports to lock them into place.
Modular Dungeon Walls by TheRooster is licensed under the Attribution - Non-Commercial - Share Alike license.
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