The files for this bank come from Printable Scenery and their Wild West range of buildings.
I’ve had it printed and half-painted for quite a while, and finally painted the final details.
The building is in three parts that I printed with a layer height of .2 mm. Total print-time on my Prusa i3 Mk3 was around 36 hours and filament cost around €6.
Now I have to get some suitable furniture.
(although, a bank made of wood could be a bit vulnerable to desperadoes)
Well, that's what you have a Sheriff's Office for. Guess that's a neighbourDelete
That looks pretty good!ReplyDelete
It turned out okay, but I've improved my printing skills since I printed that.
Hi Joakim just wanted to say Hi, I see you are still busy with the 3D printing, hope I haven't missed any Pulp Games, just ran back to Xmas and didn't find any.ReplyDelete
THere will be more AAR:s soon. I've had a bit of a blog-burnout lately, but I think I'm back in the saddle again.Delete
More on CSSS soon, as they are still looking for egyptian relics.
Good to hear from you!
Blog burn out - I know what you mean, but mine's been more about wargames in general. Ive only managed a few games this year so far although I played one last night, which I enjoyed.Delete
Hope to see the CSSS appearing on your blog soon.
I've just managed to convince* Jocke to buy more nuns, soo he definitely has the CSSS in mind and heart.Delete
* Didn't take much convincing really...
No I don't imagine it did :) I look forward to seeing them.Delete