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Gothic Walkways and Buildings


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Where some gothic buildings consist of intricately carved stonework and soaring spires, others are metal edifices of spikes, harsh lines and stern gargoyle faces.

The Sci-Fi Gothic walkways and buildings is a forty nine-piece pack made up of 50mm x 50mm tiles. They have been designed to be glued together in various combinations to create ruined and non-ruined sci-fi structures. This pack also contains all the pieces needed to make gantries and walkways.

This product is part of the APOC Sci-Fi. 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.



  • 29 June 2017 – 1.0 Small mesh repairs to Gothic-Scifi-Window-Ruin-E-v08, Gothic-Scifi-Window-Ruin-E-v08.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.


Additional information

File Type

STL files in ZIP folder



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports


Dimensions and weights are available in the image gallery

4 questions for Gothic Walkways and Buildings

  1. Callum

    Does this set match up with / can be combined with the Gothic Architecture file sets?

    • Matthew Barker

      Yes this is designed to work with the Gothic Architecture

  2. seb.haaf (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to get versions of the tiles without the cow head?

    • Matthew Barker

      HI, yes we will add this to the to-do list

  3. f.dereneville (verified owner)


    What configuration do you use for printing tiles with cow head (in cura) ? I mean for the support, do you use custom support ?

    • Sam Campbell

      We’ll update this so it doesn’t require supports.

  4. Nikolaj Olsen (verified owner)

    Has anyone managed to print the ‘Door-Open-v07’ successfully?

    I have attempted 10 times now, tweaked any setting I can come up with, and the print still fails on my Bambu P1S.

    The problem is that the frame is so thin, that it is able to flex for a very long time, before the 2 finally gets connected together. This causes small build ups of filament, which then flexes the part more, causing more filament to build up, until the part finally snaps, and the print fails.
    It happens right before printing the 3rd rivet on the arc. I don’t see any way of printing this without supports

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