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Ruined Chateau


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The Ruined Chateau is typical of a European manor house that has been destroyed by heavy gunfire. A grim monument to the savage nature of war.

The Ruined Chateau can be printed in three pieces. The Ground Floor, Second Floor, and the Roof. Option to print the Ground Floor and Second Floor in two separate pieces for smaller printers.


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



  • 8 March 2019 – 1.1 Locking pins and cut roof option added.


  • Reference sheet for small printer option included in the zip file.
  • When printing the Ruined-Chateau-ROOF.stl you will notice some of the layers will string as it prints the overhangs, these will need to be trimmed off after printing.
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.


Additional information




Prints without Supports

Layer Height

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

8 questions for Ruined Chateau

  1. Nick Simmerson (verified owner)

    Any particular reason why these prints are orientated front to back along the y-axis, rather than left to right across the x-axis?

    I want to spin them 90 degrees to avoid the clips that hold my glass bed in place, but don’t want to mess up the result in the process!

    • Matt Barker

      All printer beds are different, you can turn them in your 3D printer to fit your specific print bed.

  2. Dancran

    Can you tell me what printer was Used? I was looking at getting good one with a 200 x 200 x 200 build surface, will that work?

  3. Dancran

    How do I find deminsiosn, before buying?

    • Matt Barker

      All the dimensions are in the product photos, they are screen captures from cura so will give you dimensions and print times

  4. Dancran

    Found the deminsiosn, can those be scaled down to fit 120 x 120 x 120 if I bought a monoprice mini v2 printer?

    • Matt Barker

      Yes you can scale it down or print the smaller halves but you should go for a printer with a bigger print bed if you can

  5. Robert Haddon (verified owner)

    Where can I find the model for the connector pegs?

    • Matt Barker

      You use pieces of 1.75mm filament for the pegs

  6. Emmanuel de Coninck (verified owner)

    Does the roof need to activate the supports in the slicer before being printed?

    • Matt Barker

      No, it will print without supports. You will get a little bit of stringing but it will be fine

  7. maxwinters90

    I see that this includes a cut version of the wall/floor pieces. Does it include a cut version of the roof piece? Would like to purchase this, but I need the roof cut as well to fit my print bed.

    • Sam Campbell

      The roof can only be printed as one piece.

  8. jonatan (verified owner)

    Would it be possible to get a plain inside version of this house, just like the French Farmhouse?

    It seems to me like it would decrease the print time quite significantly if the floor was flat and the brickwork was not present, without detracting much from the appearance on a gaming table.

    Possibly having the stair available as a separate piece that could be printed and glued in for games where the position is of importance would be a nice addition.

    • Sam Campbell

      Thankks for the suggestion. We’ll add it to ideas for possible development.

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