Battered Oil Barrels

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Battered Oil Barrels by NathansMind Nov 8, 2014
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Some props for 28mm wargaming. Might need to be scaled a bit.

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I updated the file type. Let me know if you have any trouble printing.

I tried to load the file but it didn't work. The file might be damaged because makerware doesn't recognisees the file as an STL, you may need to reupload the file

I probably should have checked that before I loaded it. I'll have to investigate what's up with the .stl. In the mean time, try this .obj file. I was able to load into Makerware without any problems. Let me know if you have any more issues.