D&D Dungeon Models

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D&D Dungeon Models

Post by twforeman » Thu Oct 15, 2015 1:05 pm

Here is a fun Kickstarter that I recently backed:

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/16 ... ng-terrain
DRAGONLOCK™ is an all-new interlocking terrain system that allows you to create fully modular, multi-level 28mm scale dungeon terrain for your RPG or wargame on your home 3D printer. Each set is delivered in a downloadable .stl format via our online distribution partner DriveThruRPG.com, and once you have the set, you can print as many pieces as you like and never run out or need to purchase more. This new terrain system is the culmination of ten years of gaming terrain design experience.
Some fun designs here.
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Re: D&D Dungeon Models

Post by Gadgetman! » Thu Oct 15, 2015 3:01 pm

I'm not a tabletop gamer...

But yeah, that looks cool...
I foresee a big change in that industry as suddenly more and more gaming groups pool their resources and buy 3D printers to print their tiles instead of buying them.
Of course, 3D printed tiles isn't exactly new(search thingiverse and you shall find... ), but these professionally designed models may be just wat is needed to make the gaming community sit up and take notice.

The fact that you'd need to paint them or otherwise 'finish' them probably doesn't matter. It seems a lot of them actually enjoys spending hours painstakingly adding detail.
And using LayBrick or a similar filament will cut down significantly on the 'drudge' parts of the finish.
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Re: D&D Dungeon Models

Post by Brian Stone » Thu Oct 15, 2015 7:16 pm

Cool project. It would be an interesting challenge to make some CNC'able models, I think.
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Re: D&D Dungeon Models

Post by AnonymousPerson » Wed Oct 21, 2015 10:48 pm

Probably need to add a few more axis to the Shapeoko's for CNC-ing to really work. Doable though. ;)
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