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Library of Ithillia

$14.95

The Library of Ithillia stands of a beacon of knowledge and understanding against the dark times where demons spread lies and ignorance throughout the land.

The Library of Ithillia is a fantasy styled building that can be used for role playing or table top war games of a fantasy setting. Featuring hinged doors, multilevel, removable roofs and floors, it has plenty of room and allows for excellent miniature placement. It prints without supports as separate levels. There is a no-shelves version of the first floor and small printer versions.

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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.

Description

Updates:

  • 7 January 19 – 1.1 Top locking pins added and no-shelves version of first floor added.
  • 8 January 19 – 1.2 2nd floor and 2nd floor small printer parts re-cut. Roof small printer parts re-cut. Additional first floor versions added with steps cut.

Notes:

  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • To make the operational hinge please use a small piece of unused filament. Please refer to this video.

Library of Ithillia reference

Library of Ithillia small printer reference

 

Library of Ithillia no shelves reference

Library of Ithillia no shelves small printer reference

Additional information

Infill

10%

Layer Height

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

Supports

Prints without Supports

Q & A

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    elmortero (verified owner)

    There are inset squares that look like pegs could go in them on the underside of the 2nd floor pieces. Is there something that is supposed to glue in to potentially make it easier for the 2nd floor section to fit?

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      Matt Barker

      The pins on the top of the first floor align with the holes on the bottom of the second floor. They keep the roof from sliding off.

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