Monday, 23 March 2020

Paddle Steamer


Here’s a large piece for a Pulp Alley game. I just have to paint some small pieces to get that on the table.
It will work in an Old West setting also, I’m thinking a shoot-out on a limited space.
It’s 3D-printed and the files come from 3D-Print-Terrain and their ACW-kickstarter from a while back.
I had to fix the stl-files to get something printable, as there were some faults in the files and the paddle-wheel were not very good as it was. That I had to de-construct and modify a bit. Turned out well enough in the end.
I'm thinking about printing one of the even bigger paddle-wheelers for a truly spectacular Wild West shoot-out.

4 comments:

  1. Nice Joakim, but that the reason I could never go with 3d printing, if the file had a problem I'd never be able to fix it.

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    1. With the PrusaSlicer it is all very easy. No magic at all.

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  2. Impressive! 3D printing has come a long way very quickly.

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    1. Yes, the machines get better all the time, as does the slicers... and me. I'm getting the hong on how to do stuff, so that helps

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