OpenForge 2.0 Cut-Stone "Pillar"

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OpenForge 2.0 Cut-Stone "Pillar" by devonjones Jul 7, 2016
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This piece serves at least two purposes. First it can resolve the gap that's formed when you create a corner with two wall pieces. Second, it can be used as a structural beam to help hold up additional levels.

Since this tile is rather simplistic, I've gone ahead and created all three heights (half, standard and tall).

Given the huge number of variations there could be to tile sizes and pillar placement, I've created the most common ones. If you want another size/placement, add a comment and I'll get it uploaded.

For instructions on how to get started with OpenForge, take a look at our tutorials.

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For assembly instructions, painting videos and other extra information, see the instructions on the cut-stone wall.

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Love your content!
But do these exist on the "full base" or only with the "magnetical base"?
I guess the height on both bases are the same though?

And the four squares and one pillar model doesn't exist?
You can see it in the preview but not in the folder?

It's called cut_stone_pillar.2x2.internal.standard.a.stl

I don't make full base tiles anymore, too many variations. However, you have two options. 1: You can use a magnetic base, and just not add magnets - it's visually the same. 2: use the customizer for this: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1422058 and set the magnet hole to 0.

OpenForge 2.0 Cut Stone Magnetic Base Customizer

Thanks for your fast response!

Ah ok, I understand! Thanks alot for the help!
Kinda new to 3D printing, but it's really fun so far and your work is awesome!

Is there any special magnet to use for those tiles or?

I had to tinker together pieces like this when i was using Hirst. Nice.

Lovely, I do appreciate your work and wish you the best success in your endeavours :-)