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Scythe Board Game Fan-Designed Models

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Scythe Board Game Fan-Designed Models by bobpony Nov 8, 2015

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These are models I've created for my print & play version of the Scythe board game. Details can be found on my blog windthefrogblog.com. I'm offering these files via Thingiverse so that other fans of the game may print them for their personal copies of the game. It is not my intention for people to print and sell these models, hence their release under a 'non-commercial' license.

If you want the real deal, professional version of the game go to stonemaiergames.com and give Jamey Stegmaier your money! It's well worth it. Get it here:
https://shop-staging.trycelery.com/page/scythe

And here's a link to my blog entry about the models:
http://windthefrogblog.com/3d-scythe-models/

Print Settings

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

No

Resolution:

.2


Notes:

All of the models have thin supports built into the designs, no additional supports should be necessary. Just carefully snap the thin walls out after you've printed. There may be a bit of stringiness as a result, and some of the pieces can be a bit fragile in the finished print. It's a work in progress, I may come back to fix those things when I have time.

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What was your infill? Did you do solid? Hollow? Or something in between?

very nice. simplify3d is going to choke on those supports for most nozzle sizes.

Nov 9, 2015 - Modified Nov 9, 2015
bobpony - in reply to GMBridge

Hi GMBridge,
I don't know about simplify3d, I've never used it. But the Makerbot slicer seems to handle the supports fine with a .4mm nozzle (rep2). As I mentioned in the notes there may be some stringiness, I haven't gone back to tweak the supports. They're all .2mm in width.

If you know of a good tutorial on designing supports into a model I'm always looking to learn, just drop a link in the comments. Thanks!

its just an artifact of how simplify3d handles walls/perimeters smaller than the configured nozzle size -- it just doesn't slice them into the gcode. most other slicing programs should be fine. i was just putting a note in to warn people thinking of slicing w/ it.

I have simplify3d ... what problem will they have with the supports ... not sure what you mean
ON a side note I kickstarted this game and LOVE IT but figured I could used the resource cubes for other games!!

Hey bobpony - do you own scythe ??

Yes, I own Scythe. I have both my pnp version and the special Art Connoisseur's edition. Had to get the book!

Nov 8, 2015 - Modified Nov 8, 2015

Amazing models!!

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