OpenLOCK 6.0 support for Cut-Stone, along with openlock triplex and long requested walls with magnetic bases!
There's a lot going on here, so read the instructions below.
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- All files in this release are on an Inch basis. They will mostly line up with 25mm based tiles (like all my non OpenLOCK stuff, and Dwarven Forge)
- Because of the openlock ports, resizing them will not work. If you want 25mm based versions, contact me and I'll see about doing those versions.
A and BA walls
- A.wall and A.wall.half files are full walls, no gluing necessary. These are openlock triplex
- The rest of the walls need to be assembled, you will need to print a base and a top
- There are two types of top. Normal and narrow (indicated by .narrow in the file name). The normal files are like all previous cut-stone releases. Narrow are thinner, and are what are pictured above. I designed these mostly because I think they make rooms a little more visually interesting when using full thickness columns.
- The base options are magnetic + openlock and openlock triplex
E and A floors
- Work like normal. Use a base and a floor that you glue on top of it.
- The height of the floor is designed to match up with my normal OpenForge tiles. If you want them to match with most openlock tiles, print them at 50% height on the z axis. To do this is Slic3r, you can right click on the object and select "Scale z"
- The full height columns are fairly straight forward.
- I personally choose to glue the openlock clips into columns, just because it makes them a little more convenient.
- For the half height columns, there's a problem that clips bump into each other on I and L columns. I added a clip that is missing one arm that makes it so you can fit them in the half height columns. I strongly suggest gluing the clips into the columns in this case, as it will not be particularly strong.