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Industrial Walkways Printable
Industrial Walkways Printable

Industrial Walkway, Ladders, and Blast Shields

$9.95

“In the madness that is a gunfight on an industrial walkway, bullets and shrapnel harmlessly ricochet off the sturdy blast shields.”

The Industrial Walkway, Ladders, and Blast Shields pack contains blast shields, ladders, bridge supports, and three bonus E floor tiles. The blast shields will attach to the side of any OpenLOCK floor.

Note that to make a complete walkway, you will need an OpenLOCK floor pack.  The Gothic Sci-Fi Floor pack is a perfect thematic fit for this.

Download the Rampage Base Pack for free to get the latest version of the OpenLOCK clip.

This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.

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Description

Updates:

  • 28th November 2017 (version 1.1) A-Ladder-Scifi-Long-v1.1 has been set to zero origin as it could confuse some slicers.

Notes:

  • To make a complete walkway, you will need an OpenLOCK floor pack
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.

Additional information

Infill

20%

Supports

Prints without Supports

Layer Height

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

Q&A

  1. tikigod1080 (verified owner)

    Does everything just sit on top of the bridge supports? The bridge supports have bumps on top to keep things from sliding but that doesn’t seem very secure when compared to all of the pieces that lock together. It seems like it would be difficult to set up or move if they don’t actually attach.

    • Matt Barker

      Yes, they just sit on top of the Supports. One option is to glue an E tile to the top of the Bridge Support. That way you can have sturdy bridges that are fully modular.

  2. wingsofchronus (verified owner)

    Hi. Any chance you could make some short supports and ladders at 3″ in height and the long ladders and tall supports 6″ in height? Providing these would help unify the heights when playing with other scenery with these dimensions (i.e. each level is 3″ tall). Thanks!

    • Matt Barker

      Hi, yes we could do that no problem. Is the total height your looking for = 3″ and 6″ including the platform?

  3. J.p. Brichta (verified owner)

    Hi, can you explain how piece EH is supposed to connect with other OpenLock bits? The connector is right at the bottom and the pieces don’t match up properly.

    • Matt Barker

      They are designed to work with OpenLOCK 2″ face like the E tile. They can be used as the sides to a bridge or raised platform. They are supposed to look like they sitting up off the ground. The inside partt of the blast wall will look good with the industrial floors.

  4. jasharen (verified owner)

    In the picture there are corner pieces to connect with G-railing, but in the actual package this piece is missing. Is that part of another package?

  5. tom.crea133 (verified owner)

    How did you paint these for the product pictures? they look great and id like to replicate it if i could, i have enough grey on my warhammer 40k table, the tans would add a nice variation. good with painting but terrible with picking colors myself. These files are great btw, totally worth the cost.

    • Matt Barker

      I sprayed black Army Painter primer and then dry brushes in Army Painter Bronze. I then used a dry black pigment to add the burnt effect

  6. Sakura.j.lim (verified owner)

    The are 4 pegs ontop of each support but there are no matching holes on the bottom side of the gothic flooring. I see it was asked earlier but it still does not make sense to me why those 4 pegs are there if there is nothing for them to log into and they need to be clipped off to glue anything flat on to the support. Could you explain? I used the gothic floor part R but checked all other pieces and do not see a matching pinpoint. Could you add the matching pinpoints to the gothic scifi floor ?

    • Sam Campbell

      The Bridge Support pegs fit into the square trough underneath the end of the tiles. You clip together your floor tiles so the join sits in the middle of Bridge Support.

  7. trueanimehero

    If you wanted to build up level heights in the 4 to 8 in area, would this system be able to do that? Do the platforms and supports have pegs to build on the top and bottom to allow for stacking that high up?

    • Sam Campbell

      There are no peg holes underneath the bridge supports to multiple stack the bridge supports.

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