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WW2 Trenches


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Sandbag and ditch trench networks form the backbone of many defensive lines.

The World War 2 Trench System. This Modular system can be arranged in a variety of different configurations. Consisting of 20 individual sections. All the trench components will tile with each other. You can also embed these into a hill as shown in the images above. They are based on 100mm x 100 tiles.

This product is part of the Full Regional License to Print (Monthly Payments) or ADD-ON APOC WW2 Ruins. 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. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.



  • 11 July 2017 – 5.1 Small mesh repair to trn-08-v1.0, trn-t3s-l-v1.0, trn-w6-v1.0, trn-w9-v1.0, trn-w10-v1.0.


  • These are scaled for 28mm wargames such as Bolt Action
  • For Flames of War, use the wide trench options and scale to .6. they will fit a 50x30mm base
  • Right-click on the image below and “Save As” to download the reference sheet for this pack.

Additional information



Layer Height

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


Prints without Supports


Dimensions and weights are available in the image gallery

5 questions for WW2 Trenches

  1. joseaguerof

    Hey guys, so assuming I just print 1 copy of each of the 20 sections, do you have an estimated time for the whole print?


    • Matt Barker

      You need to think about what type of trench you want to create before you begin printing.

      For example, A 100 x 100 mm large trench section will take 3 hrs to print. So in a day, you could make a 400mm long x 100mm wide trench. Then you can start to print some bendy sections and T Sections.. and so on.

  2. mwayman74

    Any chance you’ll expand this to make WW1-style trenches? With the forthcoming Blood & Valor game from Firelock, it would be great to have deeper, wider trenches with firing steps and elbow rests on the parapets.

    • Sam Campbell

      A good suggestion, We’ll add it to our list of suggestions for our next historical kickstarter.

  3. gluckr (verified owner)

    Would you consider creating a set of gun pits / MG nests that would complement/tie into this trench system? I think that would go over quite well, most folks playing BA and other games have larger, crew served weapons in the game.

    • Sam Campbell

      A good suggestion. We’ll add it to our development ideas.

  4. Blathian (verified owner)

    Anyone had issue with the w-11 file? It’s causing a failure at about 65%. Knocked it right off the build plate. Printer seems fine so I’m restarting it. See what happens

    • Jo Boorer (verified owner)

      I looked at the file in the slicer and saw no issues. Are you using a brim?

  5. Blathian (verified owner)

    Yes I use a brim, printed a second time and failed at exactly the same spot in the same manner. Every other piece has been fine. Looks fine in cura.

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