OpenLOCK Cavern Tiles


The OpenLOCK Cavern Tiles are a conversion of the Cavern Tiles, that allow you to make clip together parts using the OpenLOCK system.

This product will be 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.

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  • 16 April 2018 – 3.0 Updated to Triplex


  • Rampage is a modular interconnecting scenery building system that allows you to build everything from perfect dungeon tiles, to large buildings and fortifications.
  • Rampage uses ‘OpenLOCK’ locking clips to attach the walls to floors so you can mix and match to make amazing combinations. The walls tessellate perfectly allowing you to make true form tiles, rooms and buildings.
  • Please also get the locking clips from the base pack here.
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.









Additional information

File Type

STL files in ZIP folder


10% to 15% for most parts but increase to 20% for thin upright parts such as door frames for added strength

Layer Height

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

Print Volume

100mm x 100mm x 100mm print build volume required


Prints without Supports


  1. Richard (verified owner)


    For the tiles that are adapted from the non-square predecessors, did you intend for the slight lip around the edges? I envision using these to create underground rivers/lakes, but the lip would kind of break that illusion, and it isn’t on any of the Rampage Original stuff like the Thermae or Sewers. Thanks!

    • Matt Barker

      The lip is so that you can paint it and pour in translucent paint, like liquid water by woodland scenics. Its easy to cut off if you don’t want it.

  2. Richard (verified owner)

    Cool (vis-a-vis the lip question). Of note, I was loading up the watery tiles, trying to decide which and how many to print, and I noticed that the U and V are the same stl (when in the pictures they look different, they both look to be the V tile, which is the watery K).


    • Matt Barker

      Ill render out an index with some examples so you can see the difference

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