Thursday, 11 May 2017

Kickstarter Watch - Printable Tabletop Terrain Normandy D-Day

I just found a new, and exciting, kickstarter, namely Printable Tabletop Terrain Normandy D-Day.
Here you will find a whole bunch of buildings, in the form of STL-files for your 3D-printer, that looks really useful. There are six typical French townhouses, garden walls, outhouse and a well for the sweet-spot pledge-level at €40. But that is, off course, not all, as there are a lot of achieved stretch-goals already bagged on top of that – a hotel, two ruined buildings, countryside garage, farmhouse with shed, town hall, a farmstead, Saint Mére Église (the famous church), a gun battery, lighthouse (tall!), windmill, more ruins and houses, two famous cafés, a casino and Pegasus Bridge.
I see a lot of use both as WWII terrain and also as generic buildings for pulp and other games.
There’s simply a lot of stuff there.
Everything is scalable from 15mm (1/100), to 20mm (1/72) to 28mm (1/56) and off course everything between and maybe smaller/larger – the beauty of 3D-printing.
The KS ends on May 17th and is expected to deliver during May!

So, check it out if you already own a printer and otherwise you have better check it out and buy a printer!

8 comments:

  1. Lots of great designs there, very nice :-)

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  2. Very nice stuff indeed Joakim.I got a lot of inspiration just looking at these and now a 3d-printer is even higher placed on my wish-list.I am afraid that I can´t buy these eventhough I want because otherwise both my marriage and childrens upbring will be in jeopardy... :)

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    1. See it like this:
      With a 3D-printer you won't need to buy any more terrain. Your wife will thank you for all the household money that won't go to resin/MDF/plastic buidlings and terrain stuff.
      It's a win-win. Honest!
      :-)

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  3. Lots of great looking buildings there!

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    1. yup
      now I "just" have to upgrade to a decent printer...

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  4. Good grief! Those are nice. Your reply to Ptr is very persuasive. ;)

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    1. Well, I wan't a better printer myself, so I need to work on persuading the missus. See this as a training ground :-)

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