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Winterfell

by damm301, published

Winterfell by damm301 Dec 30, 2012

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Description

The town of Winterfell, as seen in the title sequence of the TV series "Game of Thrones"

--- featured on wired.com: wired.com/design/2013/02/3d-printed-mini-winterfell/ ---

This model was built from scratch, based on screen captures from the Game of Thrones title sequence. There, a short fly-over of Winterfell is shown, whilst the town builds up from the ground .

The model does not include Godswood which would be right next to Winterfell

See also
- gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/Title_sequence
- gameofthrones.wikia.com/wiki/Winterfell
- artofthetitle.com/title/game-of-thrones/

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Nice work ! ! Excellent idea.With solidworks, you can export in .iges or .step to use with old version or other soft.
Terrific!!! Great idea and beautiful result!!! Now you should motorize the towers to let them rise up!! :)

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Instructions

I have replaced the original STL file with two new ones.

The Winterfell.STL is all the buildings, but does not include any door/window openings. The Winterfell_detailed.STL file though adds Windows and Doors to many of the buildings.

This model was designed in Solidworks from the ground up, based on one screen capture (see attached). It printed successfully on a Replicator 2 using 0.2mm layers, 10% infill, 2 shells, with a size of about 80x80mm.


Terrific!!! Great idea and beautiful result!!! Now you should motorize the towers to let them rise up!! :)
Do you recommend using raft and/or supports for this model?
No, this prints just fine without raft or support.
They guys over at Tested.com printed your model in their "MakerBot Mystery Build" feature -> tested.com/tech/3d-printing/454473-makerbot-mystery-build-swing-sword/
cool, thanks for letting me know!
Gorgeous. We can`t keep this one in the office - have printed several and they have all `walked`away as people request them.
Might be a stupid question, but how did you make a 2 color print in your Replicator 2?
.. by simply changing to a different filament during print (using the button/display on the printer) - at the right moment though
Oh OK, I thought about that, but I was wondering if there was a more automated way! Thanks
unfortunately not, not even a "enter <change filament="" program=""> at height X" function is available</change>
Printed this with a white base (snow, right?). Thanks for a very well put-together design!
Please do more of these models!
There aren't any here as of this posting, but please, please, please.. Don't anybody ever post Game of Thrones spoilers on Thingiverse.

Please!
Luke's father, Snape, killed Trinity with Rosebud.
Winter is coming
Winter is printing.
Printer is coming?
The King of the North!!
Oh man every time I watch Game of Thrones I daydreamed about 3D printing the little cities. Except I kept thinking about ways to make them spin up with little gears. This is awesome.
This is very cool. It is known.
It is known.
Would you mind posting the sldprt?
damm301 - in reply to
done, look in that ZIP file. I am an absolute n00b w/ Solidworks - I'm certain a pro could make the same thing way simpler and cleaner
Thanks a lot!
It looks like the file was created with Solidworks 2013, which, sadly, isn't available as a Student Design Kit yet. 2012 shows me the part but goes "you can't touch this" and won't let me make any changes nor shows me the feature tree. But i guess the source will be pretty useful for users of the 2013 version.
damm301 - in reply to
Sorry for that. Solidworks does not even seem to offer an option to save in previous versions' format :-(
I guess that's intended on Dassault Systeme's side ;-)
Thanks for the cool design, though!
karbur - in reply to
Nice work ! ! Excellent idea.With solidworks, you can export in .iges or .step to use with old version or other soft.
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