Serene and uplifting while intact, a ruined Gothic abbey retains its peaceful appeal, both as a restful dwelling for forest creatures and a place for travellers to pause and think.
- 29 June 2017 (version 1.0) Small mesh repairs to Gothic-Cathedral-bits-B-v1.0, Gothic-Cathedral-small-B-v1.0, Gothic-Cathedral-v1.0.
- These files will print without supports.
- 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.
Simon Layton (verified owner) –
Is it possible to print the gothic-cathedral-v31 on a wahhao duplicator i3 as one piece? I loaded the file in cura and it seems to fit (only just) once you remove the raft or brim but it wont produce the gcode file.
Matthew Barker –
It will be too big, it’s a really big model. I would shrink it down slightly or print as separate parts
Daniel Joelsson (verified owner) –
Does this print need supports or can it print without? Your pages usually specify, but this one does not.
Matthew Barker –
This prints without supports, the gothic windows are a perfect design for unsupported 3d printing
Matthew Holland (verified owner) –
I’ve already printed mine and love it, but one thing I wish I had was the ability to use openlock clips to hold the 4 parts together. (I don’t want to super glue for storage reasons)
Rex Foot –
The Abby has been designed to be glued together, and is a standalone piece. We currently do not have any plans to make an OpenLOCK version.
Chris Lauer (verified owner) –
The small pieces are still too large for an Elegoo Mars bed. Any chance you can slice the big Abby into 6 pieces?
Nicholas Jebson –
Hey Chris, The Elegoo Mars is a particularly small printer, so yes even our files designed for smaller beds might be too big. If you are wanting to make them into smaller sections that your printer can do i would recommend checking out this handy tutorial on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tgc66TvEke4