OpenForge Pirate Ship

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OpenForge Pirate Ship by devonjones Jan 5, 2017


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This is a summay of all of the parts of a pirate ship inspired by The Wormwood from Paizo's Skull and Shackles Adventure Path.

This thing is a collection of the photos as well as all of the openscad and blender sources. I figured it would be nice to have an aggregate "thing" to collect together everything someone would need to remix this.

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Currently working on building this at its "as is" size.

How well would this turn out if I wanted to up the scale by say 50%?

It would probably be fine, but many of the pieces would be too large for most printers, so you might need to slice them up.

My printer is too small to print this thing. Id love to buy a printed one however. Any suggestions?

How big is your build plate? I want to try and make sure my designs can be printed on most machines. If there are single parts that are too big, let me know which ones, and I can split those up.

120 cubed max. I usually keep it around 115 cubed.

Do you have an estimate of how many kg of filament was used?

Sorry, missed this comment. I don't, I had a number of failed prints while I was building it as I tweaked the design, so no real clue.

I've used about 75% of a full 1kg roll, without the frames. But I too have had a few failed prints. I think it's going to take more than a kilo of filament when all is said and done. P.S. Devon, she's beautiful!

It's a challenge to print for sure. Can't wait to see photos when you are done!

I have been following your work for a while now. I really love it. Going to print is once my new printer enclosure arrives. Is this the end or are you going to do masts/crows-nests/etc?

Masts my intention is for that to be done with dowels, but I do plan on making a sheath to hold those on. The plastic is just too fragile for something that long. Crow's nest was a miss, so I'll look into that here soon.

Argh! she's a beauty.
Although it might need a few cannons!

You have made a masterpiece Devon.

I'm strongly considering releasing versions of all the floors with the walls removed so that people can easily make different ship layouts. Doing that, it would be pretty easy to add holes for canons in the upper hold frame.

Spectacular! Printing one of these may have to be my 2017 resolution!

Thank you :-)

As good as it looks, I recommend against wood filament, at least wood filament held together with resin, it was an effing nightmare to print.

Really awesome work Devon! It looks like it's really made of wood! It's a beast.. would love to print that out.. how fun! :)

Thank you :-) I actually used wood pulp filament for much of it, and stain, so in a way, it is wood.