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Lava Floors

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The Lava Floor pack contains various tiles that can be clipped together to form lava streams and magma pools in dungeons. The stone is designed in the Rough Stone Floor style and is compatible with all other OpenLOCK products.

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

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


The ground is just as dangerous as the fire elementals and salamanders that lurk here. One false step could lead you into being quickly immolated by the burning lava pools or engulfed by spouts of hungry flame.


  • 2 August 2022 (version 1.3) Updated to the complete floor tile version to allow for easier printing.


  • 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.
  • Legacy file contains the original tiles with hollow underneath to allow LED light placement.

Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports

6 questions for Lava Floors

  1. beleskye

    Can we get some diagonal lava tiles? Niche request, but it would be really helpful!!

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Hey there Beleskye, I’m not 100% certain what you mean by diagonal lava tiles, are you able to clarify any further?

  2. beleskye

    Sorry I was still learning the lettering system. An O floor.

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Ah I see what your meaning! I can add it to the list for future updates for you.

  3. Gabriel Garner (verified owner)

    These all seem to be missing their central support blocks, No? The other tiles I’ve printed (e.g. Rough Stone) all have material in the center to support, where these are totally empty. My prints came out pretty stringy and weird. Is this meant to be or maybe an oversight?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      This is intentional so that people can print them in a clear filament and add LED lights underneath. Have you activated any bridging programs in your slicer as that really helps with models like these?

  4. Gabriel Garner (verified owner)

    Ahh that makes sense. My tiles looked okay from the outside, it was just when I flipped them over that they looked weird and different from previous prints and I wasn’t sure that was intentional. It’s funny you mention lights because I’m literally printing out some of the all-lava tiles right now in clear resin for exactly this purpose and it didn’t even occur to me (only a few tiles and I have the clear resin so why not).

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Haha perfect! yeah you can use the resin pieces as a “hotspot” where the real heat of the lava field is situated!

  5. Johnathan Enslin

    I ran into the same issue with the tepid pools.
    Is there any how to for the led lights , please?

    • Matt Barker

      We didn’t make a specific receptacle for the LED system for these. But that is a good idea. I’ll get onto it.

  6. jonchappellnow (verified owner)

    Is there a painting guide available? I love the look of the tiles in your pictures.

    • Matt Barker

      Not at the moment but. Basically; they are printed in clear yellow and then painted orange on the high parts of the Lava and then Black on the top flat parts

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