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28mm Fallen Warriors

by Curufin, published

28mm Fallen Warriors by Curufin Sep 19, 2017

Summary

These 28mm Fallen Warriors might be a great addition to your dungeons. Perfect for adding a sense of danger to long corridors or simply using them to represent that PC who just can't seem to remain above 0 Hit Points.

There are seven different Fallen Warriors to choose from (3 Male A, 2 Male B, and 2 Female), however you can make good use of the "Mirror" function in your slicer to double that number.

All models have manifold and have been test printed. I printed these at .1mm resolution.

This is another remix of dutchmogul's fantastic works. I am constantly blown away by his modeling sorcery.

Print Settings

Printer:

Maker Select v2

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

.1mm

Infill:

12%-15%

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Absolutely amazing designs - Now one of my favourite things on Thingiverse!!! more please!! ;)

Thank you for making things we can really use. We appreciate it!

I printed at 0.15mm with a 0.4mm nozzle and found that many of the parts were too thin. My slicer was thus not printing the bottom most layer of the models or the thin parts.
The sword cross-guard had difficulty due to the thickness, and wooden shields did not print well because the slicer had trouble identifying the first layer.
This would suggest to me that the models need to be extruded down about 0.2mm to 0.4mm to give them a thicker base for greater than 0.1mm layer heights. It may also be necessary to use a different sword for the design or increase the size by a scale factor of 1.2.

You will very likely need to print these at .1mm resolution to get all the parts to print. I did notice that the wood shield on Male B did not print the area between the boards. I ended up liking the look better, like the shield was old and worn, so I left it that way.

My printer did manage all other weapons fine, it was only the sword and wooden shield that was the problems.

Looks great, wish you had some that weren't holding their weapons though. Adventurer on ground with one of your shop weapons nearby would look much more accurate.

You can clip off the weapons after they print to make them weaponless. I have already done that on a few of them.

That will work to.

Townsfolk, we need dead townsfolk!

Indeed. It is on my list!

Oh the glorious carnage I am going to print!

Those poor poor adventurers....

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