I've used Mage Knight Dungeons tiles and walls for many years, but the limited wall options have often made them awkward to use. I redrew a lot of dungeons to make use of them. I've decided to make walls and floor tiles that improve the options available to the set.
Design: This release is for straight walls with bars for use on a single tile. All the files posted have flat tops and beveled edges.
Design Tools: I have included files for tools which I used to create some of the essential aspects of the designs. The base that the wall section is built upon is supplied with pins and with holes, should you want to use nails instead. The lock box with keyhole template, wedges to use in rotating arrangements and the spoon lift cut out template are all included. The spoon lifts, allowing for a flatware spoon to lift the wall straight up, helps reduce pin breakage.
Printing: I prefer to print them upside down, so that the pins are up. I would print the top (at the pins) 10mm solid. If the pins break off, the solid will allow you to drill holes in the base and glue in nails to replace the pins. You will want to buy from Home Depot their part 16F1 Grip Right Finish Nails 16D. They work great.
If you want to use nails instead of pins from the beginning, cut off the base pin area from the wall file and add the base for nails which is included in the tool kit. Cut the nails so that they protrude about 4.7mm. When I glue the nails into place, I will rest two of the walls upside down with a floor section in between them. The nails will pass through the floor sections and be held in the correct positions as the glue dries. File the nails to the needed height and to remove burrs from the cutting process.
Post Print: Printed pins will need filed. Go slow. Round the bottom edge of the pins ever so slightly.
Attached is a spread sheet that will help describe the naming convention for the design and those to be made. There will be a version of the simple barred walls with nails as bars posted once I have the last details worked out in the no glue version. I have "Y" or 45 degree turn bases with inserts of several terrain types ready. Where the original tiles were meant to be 10' by 10', I have made 5' x 10' and 5' by 5' tiles to compliment them.
I would be happy to have others submit versions with additional options applied.