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Norman Stone Fort

(10 customer reviews)

$14.95

The Norman Stone Fort is a multi-storied stonework building suitable for wargames and RPGs. You can lift off each level to reveal a fully sculpted interior with opening doors and ladders. The Norman Fort makes for great blocking terrain for games like Kings of War and A Song of Fire and Ice.

Also check out the ruined version here.

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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

 Once the Normans conquered England, stone forts began appearing across the countryside at an unprecedented rate.

Updates:

  • 13 September 2022 (version 1.5) Level 3 had the ladder ends cut to allow flat printer bed placement.
  • 7 December 2022 (version 1.6) Walkway has now been added.

Notes for Norman Stone Fort STL File

  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • A small printer reference is included in the zip file.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.
  • First Published version 1.4

Additional information

Infill

10% for FDM printing, 100% for resin printing

Layer Height

0.05 high quality on resin printers, .2 for Normal Quality .1 for High Quality (.2 Layer height is recommended)

Supports

requires supports for resin printing, Prints without Supports

10 questions for Norman Stone Fort

  1. Stuart Dobson (verified owner)

    I’m getting “Slicer failed with an unexpected error” when trying to slice Norman-Stone-Fort-Lv1.1.stl. Cura 5.1. Using recommended settings. Any ideas?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      This does not show errors in the earlier version of Cura or on our Prusa Slicer.

  2. seitoheiwa (verified owner)

    Under Norman-Stone-Fort-Lv3-v1.3 are some artifacts, that prevent this awesome model to be printed flat.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Thanks for pointing this out. I see that this is due to the ends of the ladder so have sent this to the modeler to be fixed.

  3. Stuart Dobson (verified owner)

    Jo Boorer- Could you let me know which version of Cura you used so I can try that.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Ultimaker Cura 4.8.0

  4. mallekith (verified owner)

    I have the same issue as Stuart in Cura 5.1.0, however I get the error when slicing Fort-Lv3-v1.4. I did not have this issue when slicing Fort-Lv3-1.3 in Cura v5.

  5. Stuart Dobson (verified owner)

    Thanks for info Cura 4.8.0 seems to work OK

  6. James Cline (verified owner)

    Love this model. If you ever feel the desire to expand it I have 2 ideas.

    1. Another level 2 but replace the door with a window. This would allow for variable heights just by adding additional levels.

    2. Combine the two roof pieces into one and add an opening in the parapet wall between the two areas. This piece (minus the original level 3) on top of the 2nd lavel would allow for a flat roof.

    Neither of these are needed at all. It is an awesome model as is. They are just a couple of ideas I had as I was printing it out.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Thanks for your suggestions. I will pass them on.

  7. IanSomeRandomNumber (verified owner)

    Some of the architectural details seem a little off. The narrow openings don’t always have lintels and the wider openings don’t have arches made of wedge-shaped blocks of stone.
    You’ll see these on photos of actual castles because they’re needed to support the weight of all the stone above them.

  8. richard.lierman (verified owner)

    For some reason, my lvl 1 and lvl 2 dont line up all that great on the pegs, but I just chopped the back two pegs off and it fits well enough.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Can you please send a photo of this issue to [email protected] as we are unable to replicate this issue here.

  9. Carsten Rahbek (verified owner)

    This is a great model. It works really well with the “stone and mortar” painting approach.
    I printed it (mostly) in small parts, and they assembled really well.

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Thanks for your feedback

  10. louanders (verified owner)

    Have a hard time slicing these models in Cura 5.0. I see above folks having trouble with 5.1. Is 5.2 any better?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      We have not tried 5.2. We are still using 4.8.

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