Printable Architecture Kit 2 Victorian Town House

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Printable Architecture Kit 2 Victorian Town House by ArchitectureKIT Jan 21, 2015

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Printable Architecture Kit Series 2!!

This is a printable Architectural model making kit that is fun to print, build and bring your building designs to life.

This kit is made up of interlocking modular components that fit seamlessly to each other, making it easy and fun to create endless design configurations.

This is a fun educational tool for, Students, Architects, Kids, model makers and design enthusiasts.

Each part was designed to print perfectly without the need for supports or rafts on any FDM FFF 3D Printer.. Just print and build!.

This series contains Beams, Columns, Floor slabs, Stairs, Roofs, Walls and Interior Partitions in 15 separate STL flies ready to be printed and assembled. Print as many parts as you like.

We will be publishing loads more building parts and interlocking components!

Size of assembled model in the rendered previews is:
W: 120mm
L: 240mm
H: 166mm

The largest piece is the Entrance stairs. The dimensions are:
W; 56mm
L: 98mm
H: 26mm

Download, print and start creating!


During slicing, Set your initial layer thickness to 0. (The first layer printed on the print bed) This allow all parts to fit perfectly.

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Hello - I'm new to printing - I've only been doing it a couple of weeks - and I'm trying to figure out how many of each part are needed to make this particular project. Can anyone (either creator or someone else who has printed this) give me a rough idea so I have somewhere to start?


It's kind of a progressive process. You don't have to build exactly what you see in the previews. Print a few of the walls and put them together and then you can start building by printing what you need when you need them. That's How I did it.

Hello, I'm printing this and I've now printed all the pieces. The look amazingly detailed. They don't all fit together perfectly but I can file them to a perfect fit. The part above the stairs and below the door is missing though.It shows in your model images but no print for it. Can you include?

Hi Guys, somewhat of an amateur printer here. I am having problems printing the PAK 2 Wall Caps. There seems to be some bubbling and the piece isn't as sharp looking as the rest I have printed. Any advice on this?

Oh wow! This is going to go very nicely with my Lego street series, almost the same size judging by the scale

very thank on behalf of myself and my friends for sharing.

I want to ask : I plan to use the material nozzle of 205 degrees, 90 degrees heat tray with me print speed of up to 70% , even though I take my tray adhesive components corners depart cause

It's awesome. Thank you.

wow, it's so beautiful :)

Do i need supports for any of this?

I'm also having issues with some of the files crashing my UP software when it tries to slice.....

If I exported my revit model into 3ds max to export it as a STL. What are the changes do I need to make to the walls and floors to have a successful print?

Is there a way to have things that come together as separate files? Printrbot bed is too small to print them in one round,

Thank you

If you use the CURA software, you can right click the object and choose separate into parts. it splits the file into sections that you can then do as you wish with.

Just 3,5 more floors to go....!

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Great effort.
I am trying to open file "PAK_2_Corner_Wall.STL" however MakerBot application is crashing!! any idea how to solve this?

Try importing into a 3D app and re- export.
Not sure why MakerBot Application is crashing. I use Cura slicer. It imports with no errors or crashes..
I'll re-export and update the file..

Thanks a lot for your reply. I imported file into Blender and re-exproted it but that did not help however, once I uploaded the file into https://netfabb.azurewebsites.net and processed it the issue resolved.

I can not wait until I see the final result of this amazing design.

Very nice! Thanks for sharing with us all!

Just printed Walls_001. Repetier reported that is was not manifold. Door section printed well. The window sections had disconnected window frames and the horizontal ribbing printed in thin air. Help? Thanks. Dale

very cool, great job

This looks great! Thanks for taking the time to make it and then share it!

AMAZING!!! Can you make a Brutalist set next please?

Awesome modeling work ~!!!! Thank you :)

I love your building :-)
Can you please tell me the scale of it ?
I want to resize it to print for my H0 layout (1:87) or my garden railway. (1:32)
What is the largest piece ? (So I can see if it fits on my printer)

Keep up the good work, looking forward for more buildings and parts :-)

best regards from Belgium,

Hi Kris,
The size of assembled model in the rendered previews is:
W: 120mm
L: 240mm
H: 166mm

The largest piece is the Entrance stairs. The dimensions are Approximately:
W; 56mm
L: 98mm
H: 26mm

More Blocks coming soon..

Thanks for your quick response, this sounds to me like the perfect schale for an H0 layout :-)
I'm going to start printing tonight. (still need to finish 2 other parts, for my 3th printer)
I hope to be able to put up some "I made one" pictures soon !

Hi Sn00zerman, did you scale it down or up to print 'em in Ho scale? I would love to print it for my Ho scale layout, too.

Hi Mini3dlab,

I scaled it down. for H0, you can open pak_2_wall_C. The door itself, needs to be about 2,3 cm in height (not the whole piece, only the door). That seems to be the correct scale for H0. So printing at about 65% of the original files, would be OK for H0 ...

best regards,

Hi Kris,
Thank You So Much :) Happy 3D Printing !!!