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Saloons were the hubs of Wild West towns and villages; a place to eat, drink and hear the latest news, and maybe even get into a brawl.

The Saloon comes as a three-part model for larger printers and the cut version for small printers. Print at .2 without supports.

This model is scaled for Malifaux so will need scaling down for 28mm.


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  • 1.1: Fixed a couple of technical issues that may slow down slicing.
  • 1 May 2017 – 1.2: Small fix to the balcony (Saloon-sml-Floor2-B-v1.2)
  • 31 May 2017 – 1.3: Small mesh repairs to several components.
  • 6 December 2017 – 1.4 Windows have been made thicker on Saloon-Floor1 and Saloon-Floor2.
  • 29 January 2018 – 1.4 A 15mm version of the building has been added.
  • 5 April 2018 – 1.6 Supports added and further thickening done to the windows of Saloon-Floor1 and Saloon-Floor2.
  • 28 February 2019 – 1.8 Locking pins have been added and filament door connection.


  • Right Click and “Save As” to download the reference sheet below.
  • Small Printer reference sheet included in the zip file.


Saloon Goods Reference

Additional information




Prints without Supports

Layer Height

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

10 questions for Saloon

  1. Matthew Barker

    We will add the waggon wheels and the lamps into the file pack shortly

  2. jassphoto (verified owner)

    Do you add on support? For the windows and railing? Or is that not nescesary?

    • Matthew Barker

      You should not need supports, it should span the distance no problem

  3. jassphoto (verified owner)

    Another question. What do you use to connect the floors and the roof (in the holes)? A piece of filament in the holes? Or magnets? Or something else?

    • Matthew Barker

      Yesa piece of filament to make the pin for the connectors, use a 2mm drill and wind it in by hand to clean the hole, then glue in a piece of filament

  4. Sean Abel (verified owner)

    The wanted posters print very thin as do the doors is there any thought to making them thicker? If it was not for those porches on the wester buildings I could fit the building whole onto my Flashforge creator pro bed, darn porches

    • Matt Barker

      I can have a look at this but if they are too think they might not look good

  5. Delaney Anderson (verified owner)

    How do you use the walls? I see no picture with them or how to use them?

    • Sam Campbell

      These can be added as a facade to the larger wall

  6. Benjamin Dolle

    What is the footprint on the saloon? Just curious which files I would need to use to print it. (3 part or the smaller cut version). Thanks!

  7. Benjamin Dolle

    Oh wait, ignore me, I see it in the photos.

  8. atenciomike

    I have an Elegoo Resin Printer. Can these files be printed with it? My printer is limited on size. Thanks

  9. marksconyers (verified owner)

    Hi! I am looking to print this set of buildings in 15mm..I noticed that the saloon says a 15mm version has been updated, but when I downloaded the files, I don’t see it in I missing something? And, do you happen to offer 15mm versions on all these wild west buildings (I’m getting ready to print the general store next and I don’t see a 15mm version in there either)..thanks!

    • Nicholas Jebson (verified owner)

      Hey Mark. Just downloaded it to have a look and I can see that the 15mm version has been moved into the Legacy folder, alongside with the v1.6 of the saloon. As far as the others go I’m unsure why we never did a 15mm version of them, but will add it as a possible update for the future.

  10. Jean-Marie HUON (verified owner)

    I can’t find the waggon wheel as mentioned in your first comment ?

    • Mike (verified owner)

      Hi Jean-Marie,

      Try re-downloading the product. It should be in the “Saloon Goods” folder when you get the product in your downloads.

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