Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Kickstarter Watch - Epic Dungeon Tiles: Fantasy Tiles for 3D Printers

It’s very promising with all these new 3D printing kickstarters popping up. It bodes well for the future of 3D-printing and will hopefully get more people to buy a printer, which in turn will allow for further growth.
Rob Mehew contacted me the other day and asked me to take a look at his kickstarter, Epic Dungeon Tiles: Fantasy Tiles for 3D Printers.
If you’re interested in what 3D-printing can do for your hobby then this is a very affordable entry point and if you’re already into 3D-printing then it is equally affordable.
Pledges start at £5, which gives you the Just Tiles reward, comprising some basic dungeon tiles, doors, pillars and a statue, or the Help I’m Trapped reward with a lot of traps.
If you want both of the above it will cost you a total of £8.
For £18 you’ll get all the dungeon tiles, an observatory and tavern tiles.
Now, this is really affordable and doubly so, as all pledges of £5 or more will be eligible for all stretch goals. At the moment the campaign is within a couple of £ of being funded and with that a couple of stretch-goals will be unlocked. With a minimum of luck they will be followed by a lot more.
I especially like the cute Toadstool House.
Rob is currently looking into making the whole set Open Lock-compatible, which I think is a very good idea. We’ll see what happens with that during the campaign.
EDIT: As per Robs comment below, it is now Open Lock compatible. 
This KS ends on July 20th 2017
Rob kindly sent me a couple of STL-files for review purposes and as soon as I get my printer up and running again I’ll try them and will get back with the results.

If you’re interested in more 3D-printable-terrain kickstarters then look here.

All pictures and illustrations © Rob Mehew and used with permission.


  1. Interesting stuff, will be keen to see what happens with this, although 3D printing is not part of the Daxio world :-)

    1. It could be. There are some very affordable printers out there :-)

  2. Hi Joakim, just keep people informed on your blog, the tiles are now officially OpenLOCK compatible. Thanks for the post.