3D asteroids for miniatures gaming

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3D asteroids for miniatures gaming by benipk Mar 27, 2013
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Having recently gotten into the Star Wars X-Wing miniatures game, I felt that the 2D asteroid templates that come with the game were a little dull. These six 3D asteroids are roughly the same base area as the six cardboard tokens in the game, but will look much more interesting.


I'll make 3D versions of some of the other tokens shortly.


Made on a Thing-O-Matic with Sailfish firmware. Printed in PLA with a layer height of 0.3mm. To keep them neat and avoid stringing I printed one at a time.

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These are great. Any chance on getting asteroids for the new core set?

These are totally brilliant :) Printed them in brown and they look great. Need to paint them, though, to get them to the same quality as the x-wing ships.

I've tried twice to print these but for some reason the Large asteroid and one of the medium ones fails to bond layers in one of the middle layers causing it to split completely in half as soon as I pull it off. Tried a couple different slicer settings and the same thing happened in the exact same spot on the exact same asteroids.

Oh well, gonna try again!