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Gloomwood Eyrie


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The Gloomwood Eyrie is a fantasy styled building that can be used for role playing or table top war games. Featuring hinged doors, multilevel, removable roofs and floors, it has plenty of room and allows for excellent miniature placement. It prints without supports as separate levels.

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


A lookout or way station for Elven rangers, an eyrie provides safe haven for elves deep in the forest.


  • 9 July 2019 (version 1.3) Window Low detail option added as well as Level 2 with Roof.
  • 17 April 2020 (version 1.4) Small Printer part Lv1-C had the gaps filled between the stairs and the edging.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Reference sheet for small printer is included in the zip file.
  • To make the operational hinge please use a small piece of unused filament. Please refer to this video.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.

Additional information



Layer Height

.2mm For Large parts and .1mm for small parts


Prints without Supports

9 questions for Gloomwood Eyrie

  1. jameslarkan (verified owner)

    Hello, Do you know the total height and width of the Eyrie once constructed at the current file size please?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      It’s 260mm tall and base is 196mm x 191mm

  2. thomas.heider (verified owner)

    I’ve printed this and it looks fantastic. But why doesn’t Start the stairs at the ground? There is an root to climb to get to the first stairstep!?

    • Matt Barker

      Mainly for aesthetic reasons. I wanted to design it so it didn’t look like a kids treehouse.

  3. aylizia (verified owner)

    I’m having a really hard time printing the 2nd floor – having printed a ton of other stuff from you guys, this one I can’t get to work. The details on the outer railing falls off and the window decoration in the middle of them also fall off.
    Any suggestions?

  4. aylizia (verified owner)

    Yes I will take a few images and send over on the forum.

  5. the_real_bateman (verified owner)

    Aylizia, I am having similar issues just with the second floor

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Restricting your exterior wall printing speed by 5 to 10mm/s we’ve found helps the most if you’re having printing problems with balustrades, poles, horns and branches. It will add on some extra time, but it is worth it.

  6. the_real_bateman (verified owner)

    Sam, thank you. I am going to attempt this. Cheers!

  7. David Lundy (verified owner)

    Are the alignment holes on this designed to be “pinned” with 1.75mm filament?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      That is indeed correct David.

  8. R. Greg Szrama (verified owner)

    I’m having to print the first floor using the pieces for smaller printers because my print area is juuust too small. One problem I found – the railing on level 1 part C isn’t connected to the model so that part failed as a stringy mess. I have a smooth outer wall where it failed so it looks like it was just a small Gap in the mesh when it was split. I can post pictures in the forum if needed.

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Hey Greg, I can see what you are talking about! We will get this update soon.

  9. dombeaudrie (verified owner)

    What is the difference between the 2nd Floor Version 1 and 2?
    I don’t see it.
    Thank you,

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      There is a slight difference in the detailing of the window frames between the different versions

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