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Winterdale Blacksmith


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The Winterdale Blacksmith is a multi-part stand-alone model, suitable for use as in a fantasy or historical setting.

Also included are optional accessories such as barrels and an anvil. It is designed to be printed and glued together.

This product is part of the Winterdale Complete. Please log in if you backed the campaign.

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


Winterdale’s forges constantly ring with the sound of hammer on iron, in order to sate the city’s unending demand for weapons, armour and building materials.



  • (version 5.1) small items supplied as separate items.
  • (version 5.2) Small mesh repair to WDBlacksmith5.1-A-bits, WDBlacksmith5.1-A-roof, WDBlacksmith5.1-A-room-full, WDBlacksmith5.1-B-room.
  • 2 October 2018 (version 6.0) Updates made to stonework and detailing on Blacksmith Room, Roofs and side.
  • 4 November 2019 (version 6.1) Solid version added and B side roof adjusted to sit level on build plate.


  • 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.

Medium Printer Reference

Small Printer Reference

Solid Reference

Additional information



Layer Height

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


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2 questions for Winterdale Blacksmith

  1. Shaun Kantor (verified owner)

    What colors did you use for the roof?

    • Nicholas Jebson

      It has been a fair while since we painted that, but I’m pretty sure it was Army Painter Ultramarine Blue drybrushed over black, followed by a drybrush of Army Painter Troglodyte Blue.

  2. David Lundy (verified owner)

    Do you have any recommendations for printing this (and other Winterdale models) in resin? Specifically on a Flashforge Foto 8.9? I’d considered printing it flat, but fear that the suction would be too much. Then I thought to angle it 15° on both X and Y axes, to minimize the amount of material in contact with the FEP. Adding in hollowing @ 2mm and I think it might work.

    I’m just curious if y’all have any personal suggestions since you also use a Foto.

    • Mike (Printable Scenery) (verified owner)

      We’ve not tried any of the Winterdale range in resin but I think you’re on the right track, angling the piece to reduce suction is the way to go. I would also use the small printer cut pieces rather than the full ones, even if the full ones fit on the buildplate. Just to minimize resin used if it fails for the first piece or two.
      Hollowing is a good idea where you can, just remember to put in a couple of drainage holes too.

      Let us know how you go with it, Im sure there will be other people with resin printers that are eager to know

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