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Brackencourt Portal


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The mighty Brackencourt Portal is a large terrain piece that features lots of great spots for model placement. The top of the head lifts off to reveal a lookout tower, whilst the yawning portal mouth is an evocative entry into the Brackencourt.

Note: To keep Brackencourt Bridge as authentic as the original hand-sculpted model multiple supports are required.

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


A yawning face, root-woven and hollow-eyed, forms the portal into the Gloaming built within the Brackencourt. Supporting the lofty bark crown of the twisted forest dragon above, this relic is said to be the very heart of all life and magic within the Gloaming itself.


  • 3 November 2023 (version 1.4) Whole version with FDM support added.

Notes for the Brackencourt Portal STL:

  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Small Printer Reference is included in the zip file.
  • FDM Pre-support files included.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.
  • First Published version 1.3

Brackencourt Portal STL

Additional information


10% to 15% for most parts but increase to 20% for thin upright parts such as door frames for added strength

Layer Height

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


pre-support version included in download., Requires supports for fdm printing

1 question for Brackencourt Portal

  1. Wim D. (verified owner)

    I love the Brackencourt set. While I know that the type of FDM supports you provided with the file can work, I did want to ask if you’ve successfully done any test prints of the Brackencourt-Portal-B-Pt1-v1.2 file with the FDM supports that you provide, before attempting to print it myself. There are so many rather long, unbraced supports that I’m concerned the print will fail midway-through or even near the end, and it’s a long print. Some pictures of the printed result (FDM) would be very much appreciated. Thx!

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