Cut-Stone Walls have now been updated to meet the current standards of OpenForge.
To complete these, you can mix and match with any of these other corners:
With this, you can make a corner tile that has a single window, a window on both sides, a door, a door on both sides, or a door on one and a window on the other.
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For each tile, you have a choice.
1) print yourself one of cut_stone_corner.floor., cut_stone_corner.wall. and a base of the same size (1x1 - 4x4).
2) Print yourself one of cut_stone_corner.floor., two of cut_stone_corner.wall.segment., one of a cut_stone_corner.pillar.wall.inch.stl and a (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2740279) of the same size (1x1 - 4x4). While this is less useful for corners with walls on both sides, this is how you can swap in a window, door or arrow slit.
The tiles are in inch square basis (which matches most commercial printed tiles). If you want that size, print without changes, and print one of the inch bases. If you instead want 25mm squares (The historical scale of OpenForge), scale the floors on X and Y or walls on X, Y and Z by 98.4% and print one of the 25mm bases. Finally, if you want wyloch style tiles (1.25" per square) scale the X and Y by 125%.
Note: All bases for OpenForge Dungeon Stone are kept in their own thingiverse entry: OpenForge 2.0 Dungeon Stone Bases
Other Cut-Stone Tiles
I've done two different paint styles for Cut-Stone: