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Interchangeable Walls !!!

Rampage System the first truly modular interconnecting scenery building system that allows you to build everything from beautiful dungeons to large buildings and fortifications.

Rampage system uses OpenLOCK locking clips to attach the walls to the tiles so you can interchange the floors and walls and make amazing combinations. The walls tessellate perfectly allowing you to make true form tiles, rooms and buildings. The detachable walls literally mean that you can build anything.

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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

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Description

UPDATE:

  • 28 September 2017 – Contains Clicp 5.1

Swap walls and floors  — Truly modular  – Pieces Lock-in-place  –  Connects 360 – Will tessellate perfectly – Compatible with other systems

Rampage system uses OpenLOCK which can connect any two pieces of scenery together and allows you to connect exterior walls, balconies, bridges or dungeon tiles

Rampage is a versatile building system for all types of wargames and roleplaying games it looks amazing.

 

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Additional information

File Type

STL files in ZIP folder

Infill

15%

Layer Height

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

Supports

Prints without Supports

Print Volume

Rampage Tiles have a maximum size of 4 inches (102mm). So you will need a 102 x 102 x 102mm print volume, Rampage tiles cannot be scaled., This item is set to 28mm scale and can be printed on a 4inch x 4inch x 4inchmm print bed

Q&A

  1. Edward J Hanratty Jr

    The Description shows to remove supports with needle nose pliers, but the Additional Information says supports aren’t needed. Is it recommended to print with supports or without?

    • Matthew Barker

      Hi, yes you don’t need supports, they are built into the model. It’s a good idea to print with a ‘brim’ this will make sure you get nice flat prints

  2. mike2 (verified owner)

    Hi. Should I print the clips with 15% infill? Or do they need more to be stronger?

    • Matthew Barker

      I normally print the clips with 15% infill, they work great.

  3. Dennis (verified owner)

    Hi Matt, I seem to have issues with the wall pieces. The more extruding stones on them always have stringing on the bottom. Quite severe actually. There are always 5-10 separate strings of filament that are just sticking into the air. I tried printing with 0.2 and 0.15 mm layers on a 0.4 mm nozzle using PLA and several variations of infill. Its always the same. It seems as if they might need supports but I was thinking that might be a bit overkill. Any recommendations?

    • Matthew Barker

      Hi Dennis

      The walls do have some stringing under the large protrusions, this isn’t that noticeable but it can be removed with a knife. Ill do a blog on this soon

  4. pepsicat585

    Do you print the clips on a brim or a raft?

    • Matthew Barker

      It depends on your printer, but I normally print the clips with a brim

  5. Michael McCoy (verified owner)

    Hi Matt,

    The new 6.0 version has replaced the RPG stone floor, with the TRP castle floor. Is there any chance you might include a TRP version of the original stone floor?

    Thanks,

    -Michael

    • Matt Barker

      We will make some more TRP stone floors and castle floors. However, they are backwards compatible, so you can use any existing floors with the TRP Walls and visa versa

  6. Michael McCoy (verified owner)

    Hi Matt,

    You’re now responsible for my Prusa MK2 running ~20 hours a day… 🙂 I’m wondering whether you have any tips for printing the gate. In the .stl it’s oriented vertically, and even with a brim there’s very little surface area touching the plate. I’ve printed a few this way, but it’s been a bit hit or miss. Do you print this flat on a raft, or vertically ‘as is’ ?

    Thanks,

    -Michael

    • Matt Barker

      We have updated the gate so that it prints flat

  7. Jimmydark (verified owner)

    Why is the top of the BA wall in this set flat rather then stone textured like the A wall?

    • Matt Barker

      True, I’ll make a quick fix to that now. Thanks for the heads up.

  8. fhans (verified owner)

    Hi, I’ve tried downloading this set, as well as printing it, and was wondering how the pieces fit together.
    I printed a clip (MMS_Clip-OpenLOCK 4.3) and a floor piece (A-TRP-Castle-Floor-v2.0), but when I tried to insert the clip into the floor, I couldn’t make it fit in any position. Am I missing anything?

    Why is there two clips in the pack, both of which looks to be equally big?

    • Matt Barker

      You need to remove the small supports from the front of the openLOCK ports

  9. ehrlich (verified owner)

    Hi, I’m new to this. I’d like to know if you have a recommended print list for someone getting started, i.e. what’s a good number of walls and floors and clips to print to get started.

    • Matt Barker

      The best would be to print 4 x L-Columnns, 4 x E-Floors 7-A-Walls and an A-Door. From there you will see how it assembles togeather

  10. Karsten Fink (verified owner)

    Hi Matt, when is the next version ready to download? (with the quickfix, reported at October 5, 2017 🙂
    Can you say, when the old sets updated to TRP?

    • Matt Barker

      We are going to start updating all the files as soon as we have sent out the main pledges for Rampage Gothic

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