rather fond of 3D-printable scenery, as you might have noticed J. There seem to be
more and more companies supplying us with a varied crop of STL-files now, which
is good for the future of 3D-printing.
Here’s another kickstarter, Thunder Chrome 2, with some rather nice scenery for your 3D-printer, this time Sci-Fi themed.
|An example of what you can build from the €20-pledge|
|The €45-pledge gives you more to play with|
Pledges go from €20 to 80 and will give you access to some or
all of the rather plentiful stretch-goals, and also add-ons.
I think looks most interesting is the modular concept that look easy to use and
very handy, as it should make it possible to build quite a lot of different
buildings with a modest investment.
|The €60-pledge adds hab-blocks|
Another cool feature is the possibility to add battle-damage (or rather subtract it) during play.
|If you pledge €80 you'll get access to the battle-damaged pieces and more.|
There are of course a lot of stretch-goals already reached, adding more value to each pledge.
|One of the stretch-goals|
looks very promising and if you’re interested in Sci-Fi scenery and own or have
access to a 3D-printer I think it worthwhile to check out.
you’re interested in more 3D-printable-terrain kickstarters then look here.
hope to repair my (not to brilliant) printer in the not too distant future
and/or buy a new one. Then I’ll try to review as much stuff as possible from
all manufacturers I have stl-files from.
pictures and illustrations © Thunder Chrome and used with permission.