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Tower of Insanity


The Tower of Insanity is a large ruined building set with multiple levels for use in wargames and role-playing games in a historical or fantasy setting.  With multiple levels, it is an ideal skirmish building, as it has easy access through the broken walls for mini placement and areas for combat and cover.

The set uses the modular ruins system to allow you to create several  ruins of different levels from the complete building.

The Tower of Insanity is a ruined version of the Arcanist’s Tower.


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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.


The impossible pinnacle looms as a testament of the madness that pervades the Shadowfey. A powerful arcanist resided in the once majestic walls practicing magic that altered the boundaries of reality. Unable to control the magical forces, a cataclysm tore through tower and drove them insane. Now, the lure of arcane secrets dares adventurers to explore the heights of the tower and depths of their own minds.


  • 19 February 2021 (version 1.2) Now contains large base cut.
  • 19 March 2021 (version 1.3) Large Base cuts re-cut to allow for the deck to print with both of it’s supports.


  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.
  • Small printer Reference sheets are included in the zip file.
  • Product measurements can be found in the image gallery.
  • First Published version 1.1

Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports

7 questions for Tower of Insanity

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    How tall is it?

    • Sam Campbell

      Sam Campbell (verified owner)

      78cm altogether assembled.

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    rmkelly74 (verified owner)

    can we get a closeup pic of how the base top glues/ goes together with level one bottom

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      Nicholas Jebson

      Sure thing rmkelly. We will be making a post on this later in the week as a blog post

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    ragnarok66 (verified owner)

    There is unsupported stuff at 61,40 com height on the split base B. There is no mention that we must use support on that. Is it possible to modify the model to take care of this issue ?
    Thanks !!

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      Could you send through a picture or screenshot of where you’d like the fix to [email protected] and we’ll have a look at getting it sorted?

      Many Thanks,


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    angelusoutlaws (verified owner)


    I do not understand in her order to print the parts to assemble the whole tower.
    do you have an assembly plan?
    thank you

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      We’ve updated the product gallery to show how the different parts fit together for you.

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    David Hobson (verified owner)

    For the flat parts (i.e. base top and level 1 bottom), has simple super glue been enough to ensure a strong enough bond or do you recommend pinning?

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      Nicholas Jebson

      We used a 2-part epoxy glue when we glued ours together. A super glue will work fine and you can pin for added assurance, but we recommend using something a little stronger just in case.

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    NewBuilder49 (verified owner)

    I cant’ get the Level 2 Bottom file to print correctly. I keep getting extreme layer shift for one layer (and then it prints on top of that shifted layer correctly). I’ve tried downloading the latest file, reslicing (using Cura 4.10), two different Ender 3’s and several different SD cards. All fail the same way, at the same layer.

    Is anyone else having this problem, and anyone have any suggestions on how to fix it?

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      There are a few possible solutions to try, one being rotating the model before slicing and trying a different slicer program (such as prusa slicer). Another one is that a small glob of plastic could be building up that hits the nozzle when it gets to that layer, hitting it causing it to shift. This can happen when trying to print overhangs. We’ve quite a few people print this piece without the same issue so hopefully one of these ideas will fix your problem.
      Let us know how you get on

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    Michael McDonald

    What size print bed is needed for 32mm and 28mm prints?

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      Mike (Printable Scenery)

      Hi Michael,

      The default size that it comes in is correct for 28/32mm scale. You’ll want a print bed that is 220mm x 220mm for the largest piece in there, though there are small printer cuts if you need.

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