We designed this castle playset as a concept for demonstrating toy manufacturing at home using a 3D printer.
The set contains walls, towers, houses, characters, animals, and a myriad of different props. All parts are small enough to be 3D-printed in a build volume of 140 x 140 x140 mm.
The walls and towers fit together easily using a simple 3D-printable butterfly joint. You can make as many parts as you want to create your original castle layout!
Note: Please let us know if you have any suggestions for new objects in this kit. We will continue to expand this collection.
This project was created by Tim Wahlström in cooperation with the 3D-team at CreativeTools.se in Sweden.
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We recommend using typical settings of FFF 3D printers as described below:
- Layer thickness: 0.2 mm (200 microns)
- Perimeters (shells): 2
- Infill: 15%
- Top solid layers: 4
- Bottom solid layers: 3