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Ironhelm Barracks

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Ironhelm Barracks is a fantasy-styled building that can be used for role-playing or tabletop war games. Featuring hinged doors, removable roofs and multiple storeys, it prints without supports as separate levels. There is an alternate version of level 1 as a standalone building and small print version included in the zip.

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


Ironhelm has a long and proud history of turning out the most stalwart and brave of infantry. None have ever retreated from a fight, and are said to prefer to face an army alone rather than run. Their training is of such legendary quality that, if an army were to face down a solo Ironhelm dwarf, even the bookies of Winterdale may struggle to set odds for the army.


  • 7 June 2019 (version 1.1) Small printer version of the roof has been updated for better printing.
  • 28 March 2022 (version 1.3) IronhelmBarracks-Main-Roof-B and IronhelmBarracks-Main-Roof-D have had the detail fixed on the outer ends.


  • Reference sheet for small printer option is included in the zip file.
  • 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.

Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports

7 questions for Ironhelm Barracks

  1. joelconfino (verified owner)

    What a great model! When I open the door stl file in my slicer (Cura), the default orientation of the door is standing up on the front edge with the hinge faces up vs laying down flat horizontally. Do the doors print well for you in that orientation? Do you need to use a raft or anything? I tried other doors once that way, and they fell over mid-print.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      All our doors are set to print this way. The hinge is best printed this way as well. A Raft or brim may help with adhesion as it is a long skinny piece or printing the door in parallel aligned with the bed motor direction.

  2. Vincent Noiseux (verified owner)

    It seems some parts of the roofs for Small Printers are not printable without supports. Some of the triangles are not supported. Is there something that I’m doing wrong?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Small Printer versions will require supports. Buildings are designed and tested for medium printer size and then cut afterwards for small printers.

  3. Leven Teuscher (verified owner)

    Hi The roof for small Printers is not proberly cut the files B and D the wall part and the overlapping roof are cut of. please repair it.
    sorry englisch isnt my native language.

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      Thanks Level, We’ll have a look at the small printer cuts.

  4. mccallum.d.shane (verified owner)

    What are the best stairs for the interior? There aren’t any included in the file.

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Level 1 has a staircase built into it that leads up to the second floor, it should be version 1.1.

  5. maude.potvin81 (verified owner)

    Hello !
    I’m printing the small printer version.
    Are the small holes on the slice made for magnets ? If so, what size is required ?
    Also, what pin should I use to old the doors ? Filament ???
    Thank you ! Love your work !!!

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Thanks Maude!
      Those holes are guide-holes for filament. They’re 1.75mm thick so you can glue in a short piece to help make sure the pieces line up nicely when assembling it.
      Same goes for the doors, we design them so you can use spare filament to act as a pin. Its usually a good idea to give them a drill out to make sure everything fits together nicely

  6. maude.potvin81 (verified owner)

    Hey Mike !
    Thanks for the quick answer !
    The hole for the door are the right size for filament, but the hole to assemble the A-B-C-D parts are wider, more around 2.25mmx5mm. Is there a pin that I should print for that ?

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Ahh yes I see that now.
      There isn’t included with the file download. I would either purchase some 2.25mm thick wire to glue in or if you’re handy with blender/meshmixer make a small cylinder to print.
      I’ll have a look into getting them either changed or having a pin put in the STL download for the future.

  7. maude.potvin81 (verified owner)

    Thanks Mike !!! 🙂

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