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Winterfell

by damm301, published

Winterfell by damm301 Dec 30, 2012

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

--- featured on wired.com: http://www.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

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this is excellent, i suppose the question now is are you going to make the other places for a full set!!
WOW I printed this today on my new Makergear M2 and it is so nice!!! thank you heaps, I didn't even know my printer was capable of something so detailed.....Thanks again
Beautiful, so nice to watch the printer making it! Thanks for the design!

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

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

this is excellent, i suppose the question now is are you going to make the other places for a full set!!

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WOW I printed this today on my new Makergear M2 and it is so nice!!! thank you heaps, I didn't even know my printer was capable of something so detailed.....Thanks again

Beautiful, so nice to watch the printer making it! Thanks for the design!

<p>That's cool</p>

<p>Terrific!!! Great idea and beautiful result!!! Now you should motorize the towers to let them rise up!! :)</p>

<p>this is amazing</p>

<p>Do you recommend using raft and/or supports for this model?</p>

<p>No, this prints just fine without raft or support.</p>

<p>They guys over at http://Tested.com printed your model in their "MakerBot Mystery Build" feature -> http://www.tested.com/tech/3d-printing/454473-makerbot-mystery-build-swing-sword/&lt;/p&gt;

<p>cool, thanks for letting me know!</p>

<p>Gorgeous. We cant keep this one in the office - have printed several and they have allwalked`away as people request them.</p>

<p>Might be a stupid question, but how did you make a 2 color print in your Replicator 2?</p>

<p>.. by simply changing to a different filament during print (using the button/display on the printer) - at the right moment though</p>

<p>Oh OK, I thought about that, but I was wondering if there was a more automated way! Thanks</p>

<p>unfortunately not, not even a "enter <change filament="" program=""> at height X" function is available</change></p>

<p>Printed this with a white base (snow, right?). Thanks for a very well put-together design!</p>

<p>Please do more of these models!</p>

<p>There aren't any here as of this posting, but please, please, please.. Don't anybody ever post Game of Thrones spoilers on Thingiverse. </p>

<p>Please!</p>

<p>Luke's father, Snape, killed Trinity with Rosebud.</p>

<p>:-)</p>

<p>Winter is coming</p>

<p>Winter is printing.</p>

<p>Printer is coming?</p>

<p>The King of the North!!</p>

<p>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.</p>

<p>This is very cool. It is known.</p>

<p>It is known.</p>

<p>Would you mind posting the sldprt?</p>

damm301 - in reply to

<p>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</p>

<p>Thanks a lot!<br>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.</p>

damm301 - in reply to

<p>Sorry for that. Solidworks does not even seem to offer an option to save in previous versions' format :-(</p>

<p>I guess that's intended on Dassault Systeme's side ;-)<br>Thanks for the cool design, though!</p>

karbur - in reply to

<p>Nice work ! ! Excellent idea.</p><p>With solidworks, you can export in .iges or .step to use with old version or other soft.</p>

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