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Author Topic: [KS] 3D printable forts,medieval castle and japanese fortress for miniatures.  (Read 1091 times)

Offline ESLO

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We launched a new kickstarter with modular castles for 3D Home Printers:



Welcome to our next big Kickstarter Project with fort, castle, fortress, village and many more for your great miniatures.

Why this project?
We need your help to construct all models ready, this takes a lot of time and is also very costly.



Why should I support the project?
Be the first to receive the files. Some files will be downloadable later in the shop but not all. The packages will be more expensive than here, so save them now and save up to 35%. The models are high quality and highly detailed. You can all models print with ABS or PLA. The mostly parts can be printed without Supports.
You need only a 3D home Printer, the files, filament and then only colors for painting this scenery.

Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/eslo/3d-printable-forts-castle-and-more-for-miniatures

Buildings comes with removable roof and innerside designed walls and Floors:



Include japanes Castles:



If no KS account exists: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/3d-printable-forts-castle-and-more-for-miniatures-fantasy

Please support us.

Offline Longstrider

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Ooh, thanks! I quite like these.

Offline ESLO

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new Option added:

NEW - NOW with "SNAP_EE" to perfect the parts connect / snap



new pictures of some 3D parts for castel/ fortess:




Offline Argonor

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This looks very interesting... and tempting. I'd have to buy that blasted printer, then...  ::)
Ask at the LAF, and answer shall thy be given!


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Offline ESLO

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we have now also for all walls,doorsections,tower and so on in OpenLOCK compatible:



more info and License can you find here:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/eslo/3d-printable-forts-castle-and-more-for-miniatures

now also in FULL_SET pledge:

a japanese ship "Sekibune"


Frigate misses by last ships KS? No problem here is you in the FULL_Set:




Offline OSHIROmodels

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That 'sekibune' is a photo of a Chinese lasered kit  ???

Offline Byblos

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The "Sekibune" is a Corean "Panok'Son" !

Offline Andrew_McGuire

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The "Sekibune" is a Corean "Panok'Son" !

But is it one of the weapons Kim Jong-Un has agreed to scuttle?

Offline ESLO

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@all:
We mean a japanese / corean warship, this picture/sketch is only for Show the model may differ.

new Pictures added from our worked files:







i hope you like it?

Offline OSHIROmodels

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@all:
We mean a japanese / corean warship, this picture/sketch is only for Show the model may differ.

Sorry to be nitpicky but it's either one or the other and the image is of a lasercut Chinese kit. The 'castle keep' is a mix of temple (Kinkaku-ji) and a more normal tenshu. The yagura in your first post is something I've never seen before either. I would suggest you change the description of the Japanese items to 'Fantasy Asian'   :)
« Last Edit: June 15, 2018, 06:21:08 PM by OSHIROmodels »

Offline ESLO

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new Update:

printed and painted:

printed

halbturm

neuerrunderturm

 

new Sekibune pic:

japanship

Offline Byblos

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Yes , that is a Sekibune  ;)

Offline Humakt

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So, after you've pledged however much is being asked for the kickstarter.
And then add in the cost of the printer (and it would need to be one big enough to print out these size pieces).
And then the cost of the plastic.

How much would these work out at?

And then also figure in the time needed to print each piece, and the strain that would put your non-industrial printer under and the consequent risk of it dying...

Wonderful idea, I suppose. But it seems to be requiring the technology to run before it can walk.
Virtual reality glasses, anyone..?

Offline ESLO

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@Humakt:
You can not say that exactly ... but we test most parts with cheap printer about 350 euros and also with more expensive about 4000 euros. All do well, and last a long time (the cheap runs already several months 24 hours a day)

Filament costs as a price about 20 € per kilo and so you can print several walls (about 8 - 15 pieces) or 2-3 houses with roofs and some with several floors.

@all
stretchgoal unlocked:




Offline ESLO

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last hours on KS

stretchgoal unlocked and new added




new picture from a 3D model: