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Town Square


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The Town Square set contains pieces to assemble billboard, fountain, well and handpump. These are designed to be used with the Clorehaven set of building tiles but also can be used for populating scenes in towns, mansions and castles for tabletop skirmish and role-playing games.


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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer.


The town square was bustling with townsfolk; looking for work on the billboard, pumping for freshwater, making a wish by the well or eating lunch by the fountain.


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  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.


Additional information



Layer Height

.1 high quality


Requires supports on some files

3 questions for Town Square

  1. paso_fabri (verified owner)

    I am having difficulty printing the fountain (FDM). It is already a couple of times that even with the tree support it breaks exactly under the second water collector (the largest). Some advice?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Hey Paso, have you checked what is causing it to break? is the hot end clipping it in a pass and knocking it over? you could try increasing the Infill density and see if that gives it a bit more structure.

  2. Gordongrundy (verified owner)

    Hi, I am having the same issue with the fountain breaking at the base of the stem at the lowest level.

    I have tried printing the recommended settings, adjusting the size, infill, layer height and using supports. So far it is the same issue every time.

    It seems that there are gaps in the layers in the cone at the bottom of the stem.

    I am using a CR10 and Cura. Any advice would be most appreciated
    (I can send photos if that helps)

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Increase the number of wall layers and slow down wall speed of the print. This will help with narrow circular pieces.

  3. Ian DeTreville

    what is the roof tile on the first picture?

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