The squad began unpacking rations. In the distance a clatter was heard, that echoed ominously though the vast ship, broken only by Sarge’s voice. “Break’s over maggots! Lock and load! We have incoming”.
This set contains:
- 5 room configurations
- 3 sliding doors -open, closed and damaged.
These tiles are based on a 30mm x 30mm square (each square is 30mm wide).
- 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.
jonzucchi (verified owner) –
I’m having trouble printing the room files. I have enlarged the files to be 28.6% bigger so they take up almost the full size of the bed. I’ve tried printing a few different room files after running them through Slicer. I get diagonal lines that cause a crash and occur outside of the design’s build path. I’m in the process of having a friend try and print so not completely confirmed yet. I was wondering if anyone else has had problems with any room files, such as the cross room.
Sam Campbell –
Can you please send open a ticket with [email protected] and we can help troubleshoot any printing issues.
Thomas Garrison (verified owner) –
Just downloaded the Gothic Spaceship bundle. I see the recommended infill is 20%. I can shave a few hours here and there going with 15% or even 10% usually on most 3D prints. I was wondering how “locked in” you are to recommending that 20%? Did you have bad results with lesser infills? Thanks in advance.
Nicholas Jebson –
yeah 10% is fine and is what we generally now recommend. 20% was our old go-to when the printers were not as precise as they are now.
dbroadway87 (verified owner) –
anyone got a rough idea of how long each piece should take to print, its been a while since i used my printer and slicing with Cura on the room with 4 openings its suggesting 1 day and 4 hours. is that about right?
Mike (Printable Scenery) –
Depending on your slicer settings that should be about right. I would put your infill at 10% and maybe up your printer head speed to quicken the print time