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Medieval Church


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The Medieval Church is a large model designed to be printed in several sections. It is compatible with the Ruined Medieval Church.

To add interest to your church, we suggest adding the Church Gates and Church Walls.


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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.


Medieval Churches are marvels of construction and architecture – each one is indeed a sight to behold.



  • 13 June 2017 (version 1.3) Small mesh repair made to Church-Middle-v1.3, Church-Mid-Small-A-Roof-v1.3, Church-Mid-Small-B-Roof-v1.3, Church-Tower-B-v1.3.
  • 29 January 2018 (version 1.4) A 15mm Version of the building has been added.
  • 1 November 2018 – Mid-Section with wall version added for those who wish to have a shorter church.
  • 29 March 2019 (version 1.7) Locking pins have been added and filament door connection.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • To make the hinges, use a small piece of unused filament. You can refer to this video for instructions.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.

Medieval Church Reference

Small Printer Mid-Section Reference


Mid-Section with Wall Reference

Church-Decor Reference


Additional information




Prints without Supports

Layer Height

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

12 questions for Medieval Church

  1. Maciej (verified owner)

    How do I assemble this? 🙂

    • Matthew Barker

      TI find the best glue is superglue, You can use small pieces of 1.75 filament to place in the guide holes

  2. Jeff Tremblay (verified owner)

    Are we supposed to glue the doors on? No way to open/close?

  3. dallas.saunter

    What’s the length and width of the completed church? Is it possible to assemble it in a shortened form?

    • Matt Barker

      If you scale the spire parts .9 then it almost fits, The only problem is is that there is no door. I’ll make a mod for this so that you can do this, we are making some mods in two weeks so ill do it then, The mod upgrade will be free with this file pack

  4. ty_forsythe

    Will the files fit on a 150 x 150 print bed?

    • Sam Campbell

      Yes. Church Middle and Church Mid Roof are for larger print beds. For small printers the same pieces are Church Mid Small A Roof, Church Mid Small B Roof, Church Mid Small A and Church Mid Small B.

  5. Michael Dapprich (verified owner)

    Witch Files in v1.6 are for the 15mm Version?

    • Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      There are no changes for the 15mm version.

  6. jens2604 (verified owner)

    Just finished Printing of the 15mm version and I think it’s way too small. It’s more suitable for 6-10mm miniatures. I scaled the normal version to 85% and now it looks like a church and not like a chapel with megalomania 😉

  7. Pauli Savolainen (verified owner)

    The 15 mm version is scaled down to 15%. Scaling guide, however, suggest to scale 15mm down to 60%. How come it is like this?

  8. Pauli Savolainen (verified owner)

    Did I say 15%? Meant to write 50%. But anyhoo, now I have one piece at 60% cuz I got distracted and didn’t use the 15mm version.

  9. mark.egginton

    If I was to double the size – can I print the parts on a machine with 220 x 220 mm x 250 mm volume?

    • Mike

      Hi Mark,

      The original pieces are designed to fit on that size printer bed. If you were to double them then you would have to cut them further to fit. A fairly easy process that can be done in Meshmixer

  10. Harvey Edwards (verified owner)

    Will the church back fit on the church if I print the middle with an end wall?

    • Mike

      Hi Harvey,

      The outline of the different mid sections are the same however there is a slight amount of texture preventing the back section from fitting flush with the end-wall sections.
      If you don’t mind a 1-2mm gap then it will fit but otherwise you’d be better off printing the mid-section with no end wall.
      Hope that helps and happy printing!

  11. James Cline (verified owner)

    Is this based on an actual church, or just inspired by many similar churches? Very nice model either way. I am looking for painting inspiration and thought I’d look at the real church if there is one?



    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      It is inspired by several different churches so is not an exact copy of any particular church.

  12. gravitom (verified owner)

    With .2mm layer height I lose all detail in the floor. It’s totally flat. I’ve printed 30+ other STLs from here and have never had an issue with default settings on my Bambu X1 Carbon. Is this normal or am I doing something wrong?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      We have no experience with the Bambu X1 Carbon. You could try asking our customers about this on our Facebook page or try a forum for this printer.

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