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Ship legs that could no longer stand the tilt, bones that could harbor the cold no longer.
This captain had reached the end of his journey. His shipmates built him a house out of a boat.
Nay. A home. So he could rest his weary legs in comfort and warmth with the smell of seawater and wood overlooking the sea at sunset.

The Boathouse is a medieval styled building that can be used for a fantasy or historical setting. All the roof parts need to print with supports touching build plates. Everything else prints without supports. There is an option with smaller parts for smaller printers.

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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.



  • 14 September 2018 – Boathouse Roof cuts improved.


  • All the roof parts need to print with supports touching build plates. Everything else prints without supports.
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.

Reference sheet for medium printers


Reference sheet for small printers


Additional information




Prints without Supports

Layer Height

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

Q & A

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    kagbb (verified owner)

    Does the small cottage roof also need supports?

    • Sam Campbell

      Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Only the Boat roof requires supports

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    kagbb (verified owner)

    Might I request a wooden door?

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    Cody McClurg (verified owner)

    is there a way to print the cottage roof that doesn’t require it to be bigger then the house itself? For example if I printed the roof’s height at like 50-75% height would that mess with it too much?

    • Sam Campbell

      Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Yes, you can shrink the scale on the Y axis only in the slicer. You can compare the walls and the roof in a program like Meshmixer to see if the scaling works.

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    R. Greg Szrama (verified owner)

    Any chance of a ruined version of this? =)

    • Sam Campbell

      Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Yes, we can do a ruined version.

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