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S Castle Walls and Columns


The S Castle Walls and Columns are part of the Rampage Castle system, but can be used with any other OpenLOCK pack.

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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.


Built from bricks of the strongest stone in the region, the castle was both beautiful and formidable to behold.


  • (version 1.1) Replacement I-T and I-X tiles which have had a mesh repair to the OpenLOCK port.
  • 12 June 2017 (version 1.2) Small mesh repair made to S-RPG-Castle-Arch-v1.1.
  • 7 September 2017 (version 1.3) Repair made to S-RPG-Castle-Door-v1.1.
  • 10 April 2018 (version 2.0) Updated to Triplex
  • 17 August 2018 (version 2.1) IAS Walls added. (These were made by customer request for their inner castle walls.)
  • 3 December 2019 (version 2.2) Filament Door connection option added.
  • 15 March 2023 (version 2.3) IL-TRP-Castle-v2.0-Opt-B added.


  • Right Click and “Save As” to download the reference sheet below.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.OpenLOCK Castle S Walls and Columns STL

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Layer Height

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

7 questions for S Castle Walls and Columns

  1. snarlbuckle (verified owner)

    Could you please update the S Door with a separate arch and door unit like in the doors pack? I like the design that uses a piece of filament as a hinge as it is both easier to paint and harder to break.

    • Sam Campbell

      Sure, I’ll add it to our development work.

  2. josh.briffett (verified owner)

    Are there any plans to have a P/Z wall in this set at anytime in the near future?

  3. chris8 (verified owner)

    Very new to this whole thing, I have quite a few of the non-S variety of walls. Is there a way to adapt these to connect to those? Was thinking these make for some really awesome inner walls and avoids that awkward “half square” situation. I plan to use the non-S walls for the outer perimeter of the building but am struggling to find a way to attach those walls to these.

    Thanks! I wish I had found these walls first as I do like their design a bit more, just don’t want my first ones to go to waste really.

    • Sam Campbell

      There is no way yet, But we can add it to possible future development.

  4. Wayne Hockensmith

    Is there a set of these with Rustc Stone floors? Thanks

    • Sam Campbell

      No. These mid walls are only available for castle floors and castle walls sets.

  5. nox0688 (verified owner)

    I’d love to see a way to connect the S-walls with the non-S walls, so that these could be used as the inner walls, seeing as there are far more non-s shapes. not to mention the non-S walls have the stacking nubs on them and these do not.

    • Sam Campbell

      Thankyou for the suggestion, we’ll add this to the list of possible future developments.

  6. Dangus

    New to the system; what is the difference between the S door and the A door from the Castle Doors set? Is there a detailed guide anywhere to explain the letter coding system? I saw the Rampage OpenLock Tile Guide in the Knowledgebase section, but it doesn’t seem to include everything.

    • Mike

      Hi Dangus,

      The difference between the S and A door is that the S door has the wall placed on a floor tile whereas the A door is a wall piece on it’s own.
      The knowledgebase guide covers the basic tile formats but since then we have added more. If you haven’t already, we strongly recommend you check out TerrainTinker, that’s our browser-based software for OpenLOCK tiles and is an excellent way to familiarise yourself with the different tile types.
      So far it has the Clorehaven tiles in it but there are plans for all of the Rampage tiles to make their way into it aswell.

  7. elunde01 (verified owner)

    Is there a version of something like IT-TRP or IX-TRP that forms a straight corner?

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      Not currently in this set, but I will add it to the model update list.

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