A miners cottage in HO scale. This type of building can be found all over rural NSW and Victoria in Australia.
2 sets of windows and door provided. One set is 0.5mm smaller. I found the smaller ones fitted easier, however if your printer is very precise then the larger examples may be better.
0.1mm layers 0.4mm extruder
The main walls print floor to build plate. Supports everywhere but quite thin, just to make sure the window/door openings don't sag.
The roof works well with the long side to the build plate. Again supports everywhere.
Same for the bull nose verandah - but short edge to build plate.
Chimneys - base to the build plate - no supports.
Windows and doors and front rails - flat to build plate - detail side up.
Painting and assembly
I suggest painting the components before gluing.
If your printer is very good, the windows/doors may be a little small or loose. If this is the case print the +0.5mm larger ones.
Glue with CA type adhesive. Roof can be left loose to interior access.
My model of the rain water tank and stand makes a good addition to this cottage.
The dimensions for this model were taken from an article in the April '83 issue of the Australian Model Railway Magazine. The author was Harry Grosvenor.