Catan Border with Port Tile Cutouts
by rbuckbailey, published
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For use with JAWong's brilliant 3D Catan tiles, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:26979, this border is tinkered off of Triskite's "Working Settles of Catan border in 2 prints," http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:21460. I have scaled it down vertically, which makes the joints print a little ugly but they still notch together, and added cutouts for Port Tiles.
New 4mm version available (2013-3-29). It's not obvious in the pictures, but the road and city cutouts are a little higher, too.
The inset tracks and circles will fit my Round Player Pieces, http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:46065.
The port holes are scaled to fit the original cardboard pieces or my own Catan Port Tiles, WIP at http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:53812.
The 5-6 Player Expansion includes port tiles. (How-to-assemble picture soon.) If you're using this, you may also want 5-6 Player Number Tokens: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:70996
If these curl on removal from the build plate, you may want to try baking them at 155f on a nice flat baking sheet.
Print 3x, and alternate pieces as follows: three-sides with port, two-port-right, three sides no port, two-port-left, repeat.
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