OpenLOCK Locking System
OpenLOCK Scenery Locking System
This pack also includes the Bool Tool so you can easily make OpenLock clips
Please use Clip 4.3 and 4.0 for all rampage tiles
4.3 Clips is a slightly tighter fit and will pull the tiles very close togeather. If you want a slightly looser fit, use the 4.0 clip
NOTE 1: You need to use the 4.3 or 4.0 Clip. This is compatible with all OpenLOCK tiles and will work with the new S and I configurations. 4.3 clips are a slightly tighter fit and will pull the tiles very close togeather, If you want a slightly looser fit use the 4.0 clip
OpenLOCK System is an open source scenery locking system. OpenLOCK System will allow you to build interlocking scenery items, swap walls and floors, it connects 360 and will tessellate perfectly. It’s compatible with other scenery systems.
OpenLOCK is based on the 2 inch square Dungeon Tile
The purpose of releasing the OpenLOCK System as Creative Commons Public Licence is to encourage others to develop cross compatible scenery and to provide a convenient platform for the community. You can use the OpenLOCK System files to make your own tiles and distribute them under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC.
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Public License
Please attribute www.printablescenery.com when posting your versions of the tiles online
CHANGELOG – Allways backwards compatible
OpenLOCK 1.2 Tight Clip added for making more permanent scenery
OpenLOCK 2.0 added extra connection points and the base files have been cleaned.
OpenLOCk 3.1 set all object to align to corners
OpenLOCK 3.2 small repair to D tile
OpenLOCK 4.0 Clip has 1mm remove from corners to allow 4 clips to be attached to the I tile (1 inch) tile)
OpenLOCK 4.1 Clip now comes in two versions, please test to see which one works best for you (4.0 or 4.1). ALSO 6×6 tile has been added and alternate hole positions on the U tile and the E tile.
OpenLOCK 4.3 – The A Wall template has been included for size. The top locking system has also been included. 4.3 Clip and 4.0 clips were renamed in correct sequential order.
STL files in ZIP folder
.2 for Normal Quality (Rcomended) .1 for High Quality
Prints without Supports