Cathedral Walls Printable
Cathedral Walls Printable
Cathedral Walls Printable
Cathedral Walls Tiles Printed
Cathedral Walls Tiles Printed
Cathedral Walls Tiles Printed
Cathedral Walls Printable
Cathedral Walls Printable
Cathedral Walls Printable
Cathedral Walls Tiles Printed
Cathedral Walls Tiles Printed
Cathedral Walls Tiles Printed

Cathedral Walls


The iconic stone-wrought stone walls of the gothic style cathedrals, are the reason why they are renowned even to this day.

The Cathedral Walls are a multi-part pack containing walls, columns, windows and more. They can be used in conjunction with any OpenLOCK floor.

The pack allows you to create a gothic style cathedral, built to the height, width, and length of your choosing. The finely designed pieces perfectly evoke the gothic style of architecture. A style of building that is seen in the Fantasy and Sci-Fi genres and everything in between.

They are compatible with all packs from the Rampage Cathedral series.

Refer to the product images for information on how the various parts connect.

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

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.

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  • 25 October 2017 – 1.0 Contains Columns IB, LB and TB.
  • 30 October 2017 -1.1 Extra items Added and repair was made to Column L.
  • 14 November 2017- 1.2 Repair made to G Window, Image folder included.
  • 30 July 2018 – 4.1 Columns updated to latest version.


To create Cathedral as shown in gallery.

  • Level 1  requires – 1 Gate, 2 G Windows, 6 A Windows, 2 AC Windows, 2 A Arches, 8 L Columns, 4 I Columns, 2 IB Columns, 4 TB columns.
  • Level 2 requires –  1 Q window, 2 G Low Walls, 6 A Windows, 2 AC Windows, 2 A Arches, 8 L Columns, 4 LB Columns, 2 I Columns, 2 IB Columns, 1 I low Column.
  • Level 3 requires –  4 A Top Walls, 6 Low L Columns, 2 Low I Columns, 2 AC Low Wall, 6 A Low Walls.
  • Floors used in gallery are from Cathedral floors.
  •  Level 1 & 2 require – 10 E Floor tiles, 5 AS Floor tiles and 2 F Floor tiles.  You can swap the E and AS combination for an  E+A tile.
  • Level 3 requires –  10 E Floor tiles, 4 AS Floor tiles.
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Refer to Pic in gallery for a suggestion for making cutting cathedral door supports easier.

Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports


  1. Geoffrey Bowden (verified owner)

    Where did the floor tiles come from?

  2. Matthew Holland (verified owner)

    Any plans for a version of gate with a hinged door?

    • Matt Barker

      Yes, no problem, I already have it on the to-do list

  3. echo465 (verified owner)

    Do you have a checklist of which parts and how many need to be printed to re-create the cathedral as pictured?

    • Matt Barker

      We are posting one up tomorow

  4. stephen.k.cooper (verified owner)

    How do the TB columns work? The L-R hole goes right through. With walls on either side, the clips butt up against each other and don’t both fit.

    • Matt Barker

      Place the OpenLOCK clips in alternating OpenLOCK ports

  5. Robert Moreland (verified owner)

    Hi Matt,

    To follow up on your response to Stephen Cooper re: the L-R holes in the TB column. You recommend placing the clips in alternating OpenLOCK ports. Unfortunately in the example cathedral configuration that is not possible. The work around would be not to clip one side and rely on other connections to hold it on place but that created a weak point. In addition the same problem exists with the I-low and L-low columns requiring the same single sided work around. Unfortunately given placement and size restrictions I don’t think there’s an easy solution. When I have some time I plan to try printing a modified clip with one arm missing that perhaps will fit into the port from each side and allow overlap. It’ll be a bit before I can get to it but if it works I’ll let you know.

    • Matt Barker

      yes, it does create small weak point but if you use a larger floor tile it will overcome that.

  6. Robert Moreland (verified owner)

    Also wanted to mention that I’m finding the crosses at the tops of the model to be easily breakable. Don’t know if anyone else has mentioned this or not.

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