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Streets and Foundations

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3d Printable Streets and Foundations set includes modular floor tiles for building streets in unique cobblestone. This set also includes low wall grates to match  Schist Low Walls for creating elevation for foundations and canals in a city. This pack is part of the Clorehaven City building line of building tiles and is compatible with all other OpenLOCK products.

Download the Rampage Base Pack for free to get the latest version of the OpenLOCK clip.

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.


The clip clop of hooves on the cobblestones could be heard amongst the conversations along the busy streets of Clorehaven. Dust and grime settled in between the stones that had seen leather boots and carriage wheels smooth the surface over many years.

To build the streets and foundations as pictured you will require pieces from Schist Low Walls set.


  • 7 April 2020 (version 1.1) Grate for the street added.
  • 7 December 2022 (version 1.2) S-TRP-Cobblestone-Street and U-Cobblestone-Street-Dead-End have been added.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.

Low Walls Reference

Riser Reference

Additional information



Layer Height

.2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)


Prints without Supports

Printing Notes

Adapative Layering recommended

15 questions for Streets and Foundations

  1. James Wykowski (verified owner)

    What paint scheme did you use for the street cobblestones? I assume you used your standard stone for the sidewalks.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      It was primed in black, The side walk stone was Dungeon Grey and Ash Grey, the street was Oak Brown, Leather Brown and Arid Earth.

  2. Erik Corona (verified owner)

    I printed openlock clip from the free download package and it doesn’t seem to fit. I’m assuming we have to scale it down? If so, what percent?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      You will need to remove the printer supports from the outside edge.

  3. Erik Corona (verified owner)

    Ah ha! Yes, removing the printer supports did the trick. Second question. There is space for 5 openlock clips. I can squeeze four but can’t get all 5 to squeeze in and lock. Am I just a weakling and should use more elbow grease or how many openlock clips should we be putting per side to connect the streets?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Use 2 or 3, You do not need to use all the ports. The extra port options are mainly there if you want to attach smaller tiles of different configurations along the edge.

  4. timmy.fagerlund (verified owner)

    Is there some kind of end piece to cover the border with? Like a natural slope or something, so you can cover up the ugly holes on the sides of your street network as you plop it down on a mat or such?

  5. ishnoe

    Does this set come with just the tops without the bases attached? I would like to attach them to a set of magnetic bases.

  6. pulluspuer (verified owner)

    Any plans to add curved tiles, such as V and F? Trying to build some “city hills” using rampage Castle walls as foundation, and want to top off with these streets. Would love to add some curves to my “hills” to mix it up a bit.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      It’s something we can have a look at in the future. There are a lot of pieces involved when curves and diagonals are added to the mix so it may end up being another product.

  7. Shaun Kantor (verified owner)

    Any chance of a U tile with sewer grate in the center? I have printed mostly U street tiles and have not found a way to get the sizing and curbs to line up correctly to incorporate the E-sewer grate tile.

    • Nicholas Jebson

      sure, we can look into updating that.

  8. Mark Stephenson

    What are the risers used for? is it to put steps to the side and the cobbles on top?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      You’ve got it in one mark. If you wanted the low steps to create a slightly raised section next to the road, the risers could sit next to it for the raised road section to go on top and line up with the steps.

  9. robbcleaver (verified owner)

    Im also interested in a sewer for the U tiles. thanks

    • Mike

      Hi Robb,

      Thanks for your input! I’ve added your suggestion to our list of model updates, so you should receive an email once it’s done!

  10. Chris Emmett (verified owner)

    Any plans on doing smaller tiles for narrower side roads?
    An E tile that had both road and footpaths on both sides would be amazing

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Hi Chris,

      Thats a good suggestion. Currently we don’t have any smaller but ill add it to our list of possible model updates for the future

  11. John Fallara (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to get an AS piece of just the “curb” section? This would allow for “custom” streets to be in between using E and S tiles from other sets (and the added bonus of being able to put a sewer entrance “in the road” so to speak).

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Hi John,
      Clever thinking! Ill put it in our list of suggested model updates for when this one comes up for review in the future.

  12. shedknight

    would this street and foundation work with the recently release king and county pledge that i backed for a tile set underneath? example like the Norman church or the Norman stone fort but if you can give me additional links or suggestions that you guys have for cool tile set for underneath like rivers ,dirt tiles or cart trails dig in the mud and etc. it be much appreciated for my next project board game table I’m going to make and PS love what you guys sincerely Adam the new guy.

  13. Jay Killeen (verified owner)

    I love these tiles but really wishing there was a dead end tile so the street could finish.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Thanks for your feedback.
      I will add this to our model updates list.

  14. The reluctant expert (verified owner)

    Any chance we can get an S tile with the curb running up the 2 inch side. Two of those tiles could sandwich the manhole E tile and fit the existing road. Win win.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      That’s a good idea. I will add it to our model update list.

  15. bbrown365 (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to add a 6×6 of the cobblestone foot path?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      I have added this to our model update suggestion list.
      The other option is to create this size floor in Terrain Tinker.

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