25mm Wooden Plank Base for 25-30mm Miniature Games

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25mm Wooden Plank Base for 25-30mm Miniature Games by dutchmogul Nov 20, 2012
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The title says it all! Made this so I could have some cool, unified-theme bases for my Table-Tactics force. Its 25mm wide and 3mm tall (not counting the plank texture), the same dimensions as your standard lazercut MDF bases. I made it in those dimensions as the MDF stock is usually what I use for my pieces, though with a little tweaking you could make it beveled, raise it a little, square, whatever you need.


Printed in Sea Green ABS at plate/extruder temps of 110/230, 100% infill and a .10 layer height. Shown with Reaper model for example/size comparison. Painted with water based acrylics.

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So making these out of wood fill next for my pirate minis!

I just made these bases using a wood filament, and they are the coolest bases I have ever made. I highly recommend them!

Nice work. How did you make the wood grain?

Thank you! Actually, I just stretched and skewed a bunch of shapes with flat edges in TinkerCAD and subtracted them from a fraction of the surface (maybe .4 mm? Been a while, can;t quite remember).

It's my favorite thing, to see how you paint these things. Turns a great print into an amazing one.

Thanks, man! I appreciate the words. I'm no world-class painter (in the mini-painting world, at least) but it doesn't seem like my fellow miniature enthusiasts are as excited about 3D printing as I am, for whatever reason.