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Library Furniture


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The Library Furniture set contains eighteen pieces to assemble freestanding shelves, scribe desks, wooden desks, globe and a comfy reading chair. These are designed to be used with the Clorehaven Library Expansion set, but also can be used for populating scenes in mansions, castles and libraries for tabletop skirmish and role-playing games.

This set is designed to print on FDM printers at 0.1 resolution.

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


Majestic libraries have stained wooden bookshelves lined with old books, scrolls and tomes, desks stacked with books, scroll tables to scribe manuscripts and a globe of the known world, but most importantly comfy reading chairs.


  • 24 October 2019 (version 1.1) Bottom of Reading chair part 2 has been resculpted to allow for better placement.


  • 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.



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Layer Height

.1 high quality


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3 questions for Library Furniture

  1. Nikolaj_Uhrenholt (verified owner)

    There seems to be a problem with: Reading-Chair-pt2-v1.0. It is not flush with the bed/bottom. (At least with PrusaSlicer)

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      We’ll get this updated.

  2. clogangrim (verified owner)

    I think you should redesign the chair again, the contact area on the bed is too small. It took 3 tries for the top of the seat to adhere to the bed, when it transitions to the upright portion the friction seems to detach the bottom.

    I’d bet taking the peg approach you guys did on the globe would work better and keep them aligned

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      The chair has been redesigned, if you try to re-download it has a larger surface area to print from. I recommend printing this at 0.1 and a slower speed (optionally with a raft or brim) because it is such a fine detailed model.

  3. GlitchTech Science (verified owner)

    I see that several items have indents when they are split up. Is there a specific item or print to use those indents to align the pieces?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      They are alignment pins, you can use filament or wire to hold them in place while glue dries.

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