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Large lasercut log cabin for 28 mm tabletop gaming
by Yngel, published
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A fairly large, modular log cabin built with actual lasercut logs, intended for 28mm miniature gaming scenery. Use 3.2 mm (1/8 inch) material. This is a fairly time consuming build, as it consists of a LOT of small pieces. The modular nature of the building allows you to choose how many floors you want to add. Part 1-5 is a two storey building, and there's an extra file with an additional floor that can be printed in as many copies as you have the patience to build.The three rings can be glued together to build something resembling a brick built well. The details around the doors and windows are a bit thick at 3.2 mm, and might just look better if cut from thinner material. I've made some slight symmetry changes from the prototype that I haven't test built yet in the uploaded files. Please let me know if I've made any mistakes.
I've added instructions in the download section. The logs are designed to sit slightly loosely in the vertical direction, allowing the building to be slightly less neat than laser cutting normally allows. Log cabins aren't supposed to look laser perfect.
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