BattleFleet Star Wars vs. Star Trek
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Settle the age-old question of which is better, Star Wars or Star Trek, with this battleship style game. This game is 100% 3D printed!
I have included an .STL template file as well so you can create your own pieces for the game. Just build your game piece on top of the pegs. The pegs are spaced to fit the game board. For the holes on the top of the game pieces, I recommend a diameter of 4mm. If you make your own pieces, please share them as a "Make" of this design as I would love to see what others come up with.
**The game stands up very well on a flat surface. That being said, there are two slots on the back of the top board that you can use to attach an extended stand of your own design if needed.
FlashForge Creator Pro
.2mm or higher
I recommend using a higher infill on the bottom of the board than on the top to help the game board stay stable. Because of the detail on the board, higher infills are recommended to avoid gaps in the top layers.
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