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Clorehaven Roofs


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The Clorehaven Roofs pack contains a variety of different size roofs for the buildings of Clorehaven. This pack is part of the Clorehaven City line of building tiles and is designed to be used with the Tudor and Schist walls. There are small printer versions which are clipped together using the OpenLOCK system.

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

To assemble the buildings of Clorehaven you can download the Assembly Guides .

This product is part of the Clorehaven. Please log in if you backed the campaign.

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


The goblin surveyed the townsfolk from atop the roofs of Clorehaven. She waited, looking for her chance to steal some food or shiny coin. It wasn’t like the fat humans would ever notice a few missing things here or there.


  • 7 May 2020 (version 1.1) Roofs with pin cavities option 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.

Additional information



Layer Height

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


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8 questions for Clorehaven Roofs

  1. Chris Abbey (verified owner)

    Is it possible to make the roofs hollow to reduce material and print time please?
    I’m currently printing the simple house roof for small beds and each piece is a solid block taking 8 hours to print.

  2. 3d1

    Definitely second vote the hollow idea! Obviously need areas for clips, but reducing materials is a huge win (time to print, filament cost per piece).

  3. 3d1

    Curious, how flexible are the roof designs meant to be? I watched the Kickstarter video. Most buildings look similar-ish in size, but also looks like you might be able to really go crazy with this?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      We’re developing a modular roof set of tiles as part of the stretch goals. This will be released soon.

  4. CristianSCooney (verified owner)

    These are great but keep sliding off. Really need the slots for locking pins. Any estimate on when these can be completed?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      We’ll get this updated shortly.

    • Matt Barker

      Locking pins have now been updated on this model.

  5. cemeeks90 (verified owner)

    I’ve noticed there are pin holes for the Townhouse roof. Is there a way to print the pins? Or a substitute? Thanks

    • Nicholas Jebson

      The pin holes are sized so that you can take a section of 1.75mm filament and use it as the pin. It is also well sized for the average paperclip if you wanted a metallic pin.

  6. icristian.hrimiuc (verified owner)

    I have found a few issues for the SimpleHouse-Roof:
    – It is shorter on it’s wide side with 4mm than the span of 3xA-Wall + 4xColumn, as such the side walls of the lower level do not align with the sides of SimpleHouse-Roof, I scaled it up a bit on this axis to correct this;
    – Add two lines of parallel pin holes on front and back of SimpleHouse-Roof so that a fireplace with top locking pins can be used. This will also allow for more freedom when using this piece;
    – After correcting the first issue add a line of pin holes on the left and right of SimpleHouse-Roof so that side walls with pin holes can be used;

    You can notice all of these issues by building/inspecting The Tavern from the Clorehaven line of buildings.

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Cheers for that Icristian, I will log it and will look to get that updated.

  7. timerron

    If I get the modular roof set, do I need this set or can the MRS recreate the roofs in this?

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      You can recreate the roofs here with the modular set. These are great if you’re making small buildings and want to save some time and effort.

  8. lrsvilr (verified owner)

    I printed the small roof with locking pins without much of an issue. It had a bunch stray lines of filament on the inside but nothing that would make it not useable. The one without locking pins keeps failing on me. Do I need to have ‘detect’ overhangs enabled for this?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Can you please send a picture of the issue to [email protected] thanks.

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