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Ruined Quarter

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The ruined quarters are a set of 14 3D printable ruined sections stacked in several different ways to create a diverse range of ruined structures for tabletop wargames and roleplay games. They are designed to pair with other ruins like the Rickety Lodgings, Burgomeisters Office, and the Mayor’s Townhouse or just to be used on their own to create more building shells throughout a ruined city. The Ruined Quarters pairs extremely well with the Gangways, Stairs, and Ladders and Scaffolding and Support Columns to create a maze of buildings and walkways for parties to navigate.

The Ruined Quarter’s print without the need for supports.

This product is part of the Shadowfey Ruins. Please log in if you backed the campaign.

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


They had been lost for days in the winding streets of the ruins. All the corners had started to look the same, or maybe that was them going round and round in circles…


  • 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.
  • First Published version 1.1

Additional information


10% for FDM printing


Prints without Supports

Layer Height

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

8 questions for Ruined Quarter

  1. epic

    What is the biggest size (cm or inch) of these parts?

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      The largest section of the ruined quarters is 13.42cm x 6cem x 11.38cm.

  2. epic

    What size have these files if I print them for 28mm? Dunno if they are too big for my printer.

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      They are pre-scaled with 28mm miniature wargaming in mind, so no additional scaling is necessary

  3. Richard Baker (verified owner)

    I’m printing Ruined-Quarters-Base-Opt2-v1.1 and Ruined-Quarters-Base-Opt4-v1.0 and they seem to have straight horizontal spans for the wooden beams. How are these going to print without supports on an FDM printer?

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      As they are a flat traverse, most slicers now have a bridging setting that allows them to print a flat line in the open air between 2 anchor points. The extruder keeps tension on the filament as it is extruded to stop its sagging. For instance, in Cura you can activate bridging by going to: Preferences- configure cura- settings and scrolling down to the Bridging settings under ‘experimental’ (though it has been so well proven now it should just be a function in its own right).

  4. Richard Baker (verified owner)

    Thanks Nicholas! I actually found this setting last night after hours of head scratching!

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      No problem, happy to help.

  5. Pedro Baltazar (verified owner)

    I’m having difficulties successfully printing base options 2, 3 and 4. Due to the high amount of random shapes and detail on the floor part of the bases, my printer has to jump a lot from one point to another. This in turn means the filament gets retracted a bunch of times in a short time frame, which at some point during the print results in enough damage to the filament string to make it impossible to pull through gear rotation.
    I have already tried messing with the gear tightness to try to prevent this from happening, but no matter how light the pressure is set up to, the constant retractions always manage to tear through the filament.

    • Mike

      Hi Pedro,
      Do you have z hop and retraction enabled? From what you’re describing it might be worth trying to print with them turned off and see if that helps. Or if you don’t have Z hop enabled give that a try aswell although that’s usually due to fix the extractor hitting parts of the model as it moves about.

  6. ken long (verified owner)

    Will these resin print without supports?

    • Jo Boorer

      I would recommend using supports when printing in resin

  7. jakewhebbe (verified owner)

    Got this set and close to completing a good portion of the prints. i noticed this set does not have notches for ease of modular stacking and unpainted the levels seem to slide around alot i am concerned that they may fall while playing with the set. at this point i am contemplating glueing them. ( not a huge deal ) but wonder if you have a solution for prints of this nature.
    i am still new to 3d printing and this could a result of a variant in the PLA i chose.

    • Jo Boorer

      Thanks for pointing this out. I we add this to our model updates list.

  8. emanuelelambiase

    the external layers of models on your site are quite smooth and without the usual “lines” that are present on last layer of a models after the 3D print.
    Which is the method you can suggest to reach such external smooth layer?
    Thank you in advance.

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