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Hagglethorn Homestead – Hagglethorn Hollow

(7 customer reviews)


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The Hagglethorn Homestead is a small 2-part thatched house originally hand-sculpted by Johnny Frazer-Allen, that has been scanned and optimized for 3D printing, presented as STL files. It shares its ground floor with the Hagglethorn Cottage, Ruined Homestead, and Ruined Cottage.

This product is part of the Hagglethorn Hollow - The Old Town. Please log in if you backed the campaign.

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


Many of the common folk of Hagglethorn make their homes of thatch and stucco. These humble homesteads are where many of the heroes of the rustic rebellion are born and raised.

Three versions of the Hagglethorn Homestead are included in the download:

  • A folder named “Small Printer” with cut pieces for printers with a bed size of 120mmX120mm
  • A folder titled “With Supports” containing the Roof with supports for FDM printing (recommended)
  • The unsupported, complete Roof and Base without supports


  • 28 July 2021 (version 1.4) updated build plate orientation
  • 29 July 2021 (version 1.5) Small printer cuts of Roof without supports added.
  • 14 August 2021 (version 1.8) Top locking pin hole alignment made on the roof.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack
  • Reference for small printer cuts is included in the zip
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery
  • Copyright Printable Scenery under license from Tabletop Troubadour Games
  • First Published version 1.3

Additional information


10% for FDM printing

Layer Height

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


pre-support version included in download., Prints without Supports

7 questions for Hagglethorn Homestead – Hagglethorn Hollow

  1. grahamw (verified owner)

    The downloads have a separate folder for “Small printers”. What is considered a small printer? ie. what size print bed is assumed for this print.
    It would also be nice to have a separate README file in the downloadable zip’s (like that provides information in the download on layer height recommendations and infill and so on. Effectively what is in the “Additional Information” tab but included in the download for future reference.

    • Matt Barker

      less than 200mm x 200mm

  2. foxphoenix135 (verified owner)

    It says supported version included in the download but I don’t see one. Does this mean it is meant to print without supports?

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi Foxphoenix,

      Try re-downloading the file, it should have a sub-folder with the pre-supported version in there. If not email [email protected] and they’ll get it to you

  3. christopherlnance (verified owner)

    I’m having a difficult time getting the roof (both supported and not) level on the build plate. Would you be able to adjust them please?

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi Christopher!

      Thanks for letting us know, we’ve updated the Roof so its flat now

  4. GregLP (verified owner)

    Unless it’s an issue with my Cura, I think the roof of the Homestead with Supports is unprintable. There seems to be a small first layer on the front left edge which means the rest of the roof starts as the second layer and won’t adhere to the bed.

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi Greg,

      Just to double check we ran the Homestead roof with supports through Cura again and the first layer seems good. We did release a newer version after others reported a similar issue.
      Try re-downloading the file just to ensure you’ve got the latest version.

  5. GregLP (verified owner)

    Sorry Mike, I should have looked at the earlier posts. It’s printing fine now, thanks for fixing it so quickly.

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Not a problem! Its always worth checking 🙂

  6. David Aleshire (verified owner)

    Ok please dont take this bad because i LOVE everything you guys do, i was #2 to back this on kickstarter, didnt even take time to look at what i was backing because i knew it would be good, however i have been having one small problem with all the models that get released lately (even shadow fey) The connecting pin/holes on roofs/buildings seem to be too small, any other terrain that has larger connector pins i never have issues, if it messes up by 1/10th of a mm, no big deal, it still fits, however the pins on these are SO SMALL that i have NEVER been able to get them right, the holes on the roof are either too small or the pins are too big, i have tried many settings and wasted entire rolls, all i can do is literally cut the pins off and just set it on top, 1. is there a trick that i just dont know about that everyone else does (am i literally the ONLY person with this problem?) or 2. is it possible to make these with bigger pins/holes

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi David,

      Thanks for your ongoing support, we really appreciate it.
      We are re-tooling the locking pins for these models and will have them out in the next day or so.

  7. heatherjordan56 (verified owner)

    In Version 1.6 it looks like the very top of the roof is missing in the folder Roof Without Supports Small Printer, while that part does show in the 1.5 version folder. In 1.6 is look like there is a space for the very top of the roof, but the file is not there.

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Thanks for pointing that out Heather!
      We’ve remedied that and 1.7 is available to download

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