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The Merchants and Market pack comes complete with building, barrels, sacks and baskets. It also contains a solid version that will be useful for scaling and printing out at 33% (10mm scale).

The 6.2 update has had significant remodelling of textures applied to most parts of the building in line with new and refined 3D modelling techniques, but the original version is still available in the legacy folder when downloaded.

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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.


Merchants in Winterdale stock items brought in from the northern tundra. These have proved to be popular (and therefore highly profitable) among travelling salesmen and townsfolk alike.


  • 21 April 2017 (version 5.2) Contains the solid version.
  • 29 November 2018 (version 5.3) A cut version of the stall has been added.
  • 30 May 2019 (version 6.2) Updated of model to now include locking pins, filament door connections and have updated textures to all parts of the building.
  • 26 November (version 6.3) Solid options added.


  • 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.

  Merchants and Market Reference 

Merchant and Markets Solid Reference

Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports

12 questions for Merchants and Market

  1. barbro

    What size of bed do you need to print it at 25/28mm scale?

    • Matthew Barker (verified owner)

      Hi, Minimum you need is 100 x 100mm

  2. barry (verified owner)

    I’ve noticed that none of the building have any positive alignment features between the floors so they’re a little difficult to stack nicely when using them. Perhaps you could make a lip that could be printed and glued to the bottom of the upper floors and roof so that, when it is stacked, it is automatically aligned to the lower floor. A simple 1/8″ x 1/8″ lip running inside the perimeter of of the lower floor’s walls would probably work nicely.

  3. barry (verified owner)

    Guide holes would probably work fine. Though, I’ll need to drill them manually for the ones I’ve already printed. 🙂

    It seems a file is missing from the market as well. I think there’s supposed to be a piece that goes under the stairs as in the third photo. Otherwise, the bottom of the stairs should be a finished surface.

    • Matt Barker (verified owner)

      The Stairs are designed to be printed on their side and then glued against the building. The piece that you see under the stairs is on the solid building so that you could print it without supports

  4. Scott Nash (verified owner)

    Hey Matt, I know you are busy with a million models, and I have already printed this one. But I was wondering if at some point, you could add back legs to the canopy part of the market stall, Right now, I have it attached to the second floor. But if it had back legs, then that section could be pulled out and stand on its own. Gluing it was a pain.

    • Matt Barker (verified owner)

      Good idea, ill add it to the to-do list

  5. slickschoppers (verified owner)

    I’ll second the request from 2017. could you please add some kind of guide holes or somthing to this building so it can line up and the different levels don’t slide all over?


    the newer designs with the actual guide pins and holes that print work really well. but the models without any guides or pins.. honestly, I can’t see using them for RPG playing, they just aren’t practical to line up delicatley while actually playing.

    • Matt Barker (verified owner)

      We are working our way through the older models and updating them with the new type of top locking pins.

      Please make sure you are subscribed to ‘Product Updates’ so that you get notified about a new update

  6. Slmait86 (verified owner)

    Whats the progress on the guide holes. I’ve purchases this but waiting to print it until its updated

    • Sam Campbell

      It has been designed and we’re doing a print test next week.

  7. Slmait86 (verified owner)

    Awesome! Thank you guys so much! I absolutely love yalls stuff! Ive printed some much of the stuff from this website. I look forward to printing this one soon!

  8. mrsethhanson (verified owner)

    Was just about to print this off but if you’re close to adding alignment tabs I’ll hold tight!

  9. mrsethhanson (verified owner)

    Just checking in. Saw an earlier post saying an update was coming for this building. Any ETA?

    • Sam Campbell

      We’re currently doing print testing on the update so it should be soon.

  10. n.suhar (verified owner)


    I was wondering if anyone could give me some advice on this print. I just finished the first floor but the wood paneling was pretty thin and broke off a lot. I’m not entirely sure if there is much I could do to keep them together since they seem to be attached to each other but by really fragile connections — do most people thicken these floors in post-processing or have I missed something/misprinted somehow? I would really appreciate any comments from those who have printed this model before! Thanks!

    • Sam Campbell

      You may be having an extrusion problem or your first couple of layers aren’t going down well. You can email [email protected] for more help.

  11. cclduncan47 (verified owner)

    Just purchased the Merchants and Market package and downloaded the file. The Barrels, Sacks and Baskets file seems to be missing from the pack. Could you please tell me where to find it?

    • Sam Campbell

      It’s in the legacy\fittings folder in the zip that you have downloaded.

  12. cclduncan47 (verified owner)

    Thanks Sam. Appreciate it.

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