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Theres actually an in-built support you need to remove for the clips to fit.
We’ve got an article in our knowledgebase here that will show you:
Hope that helps!
You’re spot on there! Whilst the pieces line up easily without the guide holes, they are designed for a small piece of spare filament to go in like a pin. It gives you that extra little bit of stability and ensures they’re lined up exactly.
Your best bet is to email [email protected] and they’ll help you out that way 🙂
We are working on new locking pins for these models and will have updated versions out as soon as possible
We like to imagine it’s for very tall people or for access outside. You’ll see in the stretch goals that there are walkways and support platforms that would give access to the door.
It also allows you to use the barracks without the Tower Base and still have floor access from there 🙂
Thanks for sharing your findings! I wonder if the smaller layer height will come into play more when it comes to smaller objects like some of the furniture stretch goals and the waymarkers.
VERY interested to see how they turn out, please do share! The prints for our studio pieces are done at .2 layer height so will be keen to see how these go.
Email [email protected] and we’ll get your account sorted 🙂
No problem Ron!
We do our best to make sure all the STLs are the best they can be before releasing them, which sometimes takes time. Typically over that six month period you’ll see 2-3 new products each week
We use metric when designing our pieces if that helps.
Thanks for showing us! A few others reported this and we’ve since updated the download with the new version that is adjusted to be flat on the base.
Happy Printing 🙂
By the end of this week we’ll have the core pledge files available.
If there’s any issues with your account settings email [email protected] and they’ll help you out
I hear you!
For my personal collection, I often take the model paint to the hardware store and have them match it as close as possible. It won’t always be 100% but on a large scale its still consistent. We’ve done it so many times now they have some of the Army Painter names in their database (we can just ask for a pot of dungeon grey!).
Matching photos can also be hard when lighting conditions can alter the look of an image so much but it’ll still get you most of the way there.
I think you’ve provided an excellent starting point for many people looking to match the factory schemes!
Wow, that’s amazingly comprehensive! Thanks for sharing your findings!
I’m sure this will go along way helping others match colors for their Hagglethorn.
When we put up our painting guide for Hagglethorn we’ll be sure to reference your research in the painting guide 🙂
At this stage the models will have top locking pins for the upright pieces to stack on top of one another, so you shouldn’t need magnets for them.
It is certainly something we can look into adding.
For some of the larger pieces thats fairly correct. Your slicer settings can change this depending things like layer height, printer head speed and infill % and pattern.
Printed at their optimal settings that sounds about right. I have an Ender 5 Pro myself and that sounds about correct.
Great question! The reason there is stone behind them more for gaming reasons than historical accuracy. It was designed that way so that the tiles are reversible for use in building dungeons for Clorehaven.
Speaking of Clorehaven, the reason they use a lot of stone in the construction of their buildings is to help shore up their defences from the Goblin Grotto nearby. Being the target of constant raids their buildings have been upgraded.
You do raise an excellent point and one we’re keen to remedy with more traditional wattle and daub (like you can see in the Shadowfey Ruins) when we revise these ranges.
One idea to remedy this would be to paint the internal bricks as mud bricks. Not traditional, but would be easier to explain on some of the poorer sectors of the town.
Good question! The Kickstarter campaign will end on July 20th, we will send out the pledge manager and the core pledges will be available for download shortly after.
The stretch goals will become available as they become ready over the coming months afterward. There should be a few ready to go not long after the campaign finishes.
So depending on how far the campaign goes is how long it takes to get all the stretch goals released.
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Thats a very good idea, I’ll pass it onto the team to look at implementing for the future.
We’re always looking to improve our products and appreciate your thoughts!
Hope these pictures help to line up your tower!
The back left corner is only just touching due to the ruined state of the tower.
Let us know if you need any other tips or advice 🙂