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Galleon

$24.95

The Galleon is the flagship of the Printable Scenery fleet. Whether you are fighting the vast undead scourge risen from Davey Jones’ locker or a foreign invasion force you know you can plan and lead your war armada with this ship.

With 26 cannon ports, 4 masts, a beautiful figurehead and rear detail you can have it take pride of place towering above other warships on the roiling seas or on your display shelf. This ship is big, it has 4 vast interior decks where you can fight deck to deck skirmish or play hours of RPG adventure.

Fully rigged it’s 64cm (25″) long and 61 cm (24″) tall and you can rig it using a general Rigging Guide. This is the biggest model Printable Scenery have designed. It comes with a removable ‘wake’ that simulates ship movement through the seas. It also comes with 3 front sections each with different figure heads so you can have a variety of vessels.

This product is part of the ADD-ON The Lost Islands Complete or Add-On The Lost Ships. 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 files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.

Description

Notes:

  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • There is no ballista version.
  • Add supports touching build plates if you get too much stringing on the lower section of the hull or if using Cura select “make overhang printable”.

Galleon Reference

 

 

Galleon Interior

 

 

Fittings Reference

 

 

Galleon Rigging

You will need 6mm (1/4 inch) and 4mm (3/16 inch) dowel for the masts and black elastic string for the rope. You may need to sand the ends of the dowel to insert into the mast holes easily.

Wake Reference

 

Changeable Figureheads Reference

Additional information

Infill

20%

Supports

Prints without Supports, Supports touching buildplate

Layer Height

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

Q & A

  1. truongjimmyl (verified owner)

    What is the difference between cannon port galleon MIR and cannon port galleon?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Because they are not straight they are designed to fit easier in the hatches along the side of the ship. One set for one side and mirrored for the other side.

  2. ben1 (verified owner)

    Are there plans to release a small printer version of the galleon? The Fluyt is nice and all but… this is the capstone!

  3. Chrismeekings (verified owner)

    As above, the Galleon-Mid-Front v1.1 is ever so slightly too big for the build plate of a Flashforge CreatorPro. Any chance this could be cut into 2 sections to fit?

    • Matt Barker

      We can make a version of this cut into smaller parts. I’ll add it to the to-do list

  4. tamarack928 (verified owner)

    silly question – when does the interior come into play? Not sure if I need to print those pieces out.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The interiors are for RPG combat within the ship. To use the ship as is you do not need to print those pieces.

  5. shawn.schultz (verified owner)

    What is the best way to assemble the model after printing? I’m referring to the body of the ship itself, not the rigging. I see the small holes in each model, but they aren’t very deep. Also, Are you using Super glue or something else?

    Thanks!

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The guide holes are there for filament or wire to be inserted to align the parts together. You can also drill the holes deeper to get a sturdier connection. You can either glue using plastic cement, superglue or chloroform (after
      cleaning off any whisping if you need to).

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