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OpenLOCK Hex Layout Roads

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Cobbled roads ring with the stamp of booted feet and the grind of tank treads, as armies march to war.

The OpenLOCK Hex Layout Roads comes in a variety of sections, which fit easily into a hex grid. This allows the road to easily tessellate across the battlefield.

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This product is delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer.



  • 1.1 Contains End tile.
  • 12 June 2017 – 1.2 Small mesh repair done to Road-cobblestone-hex-B-v1.1 & Road-cobblestone-hex-D-v1.1
  • 4 September – 1.3 Extra OpenLOCK roads added.


  • Right click and “Save As” to download the reference sheet below.

Extra OpenLOCK Roads Reference


Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports


Dimensions and weights are available in the image gallery

9 questions for OpenLOCK Hex Layout Roads

  1. Henrik

    Is this set compatible with the roads found in the “Roads and Telegraph Poles” set?

    • Matthew Barker

      No this is a separate System. However, it uses the same road pattern.

  2. Scott Kunian

    Will you be adding any additional road sections? Specifically T and + ?

  3. lazette2011 (verified owner)

    Hi, In terms of the question asked above, there are no T or Cross road sections in this set. In the Roads and Telegraphs there are but they are not OpenLock and are not compatible (re. not the same thickness). Is there a way around this or are basic T and Cross sections planned to be added to this set?

    • Matt Barker

      Yes we have only made the Hex versions at this stage, I can make OpenLOCK versions of the other sections also

  4. lazette2011 (verified owner)

    Ok thanks. I am about to commit to printing a large batch of road pieces and am trying to decide which set is the most flexible… i like the openhex because of the ability to snap together, but without the T or Cross sections it is going to be a challenge for planning layouts. I do get that these are for hex patterns though. Well, I think I will have to use the roads and telephone pole set as it gives me the most design options. Thanks.

    • Matt Barker

      I will add some T sections to the OpenLOCK HEX Roads to our to-do list

  5. jasharen

    Please consider this another request for a T and Cross section. I would buy this now with those added.


  6. Joe Cenizal (verified owner)

    If you were to do a set of dirt roads, I’ll be your best friend!

    • Nicholas Jebson

      Hey Joe, We already have a set lined up for an upcoming Kickstarter, so you may be getting them sooner rather than later….

  7. omegaclone220 (verified owner)

    Any chance will get those T Sections? My Normandy Village is in need of roads… Or maybe a roller like in the Clorhaven?

    • Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Its on the list of model updates for the future, can’t say when that will be but thanks for adding your voice to the feedback 🙂

  8. John mullins

    Without T or Crossroads.. its April 2022.. im guessing that to-do list was long forgotten.

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      Hey John, very much not long forgotten. If you look in the hex layout roads folder there will be a sub-folder marked ‘Extra OpenLOCK Roads’, both the T intersection and the X intersections can be found inside there.

  9. James Cline (verified owner)

    Really liking this set of roads. There are additional pieces not shown in the pictures that really add to the variety. One thing I have changed is to print them with the thickness set to 50% makes them much thinner. So far that hasn’t caused any issues. I also printed the clips thinner to match.

    • Jo Boorer

      Thanks for letting us know.

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