You’ve downloaded your STLs, put them through a slicer, and waited patiently for them to print. Its time to take them off the printer, and assemble them for painting. To help with this next stage, we’ve put together a range of tips for assembling 3D printed models, for both FDM and Resin models. 3D printed… Read more
The Rise of the Halflings Kickstarter has produced more resin printable models than any previous campaign, and with resin printers becoming more popular we want to pass on some hints and tips for assembling your resin models. First and foremost, safety is very important when interacting with resin models. Ensure you’re wearing gloves when handling… Read more
Sometimes a model is just too big for the bed of your 3D printer. When this is the case, you can cut it to a manageable size by using the Plane Cut function in Meshmixer. Meshmixer is a free editing program you can download here. Select your model Click and drag the STL file that… Read more
At Printable Scenery, we design our models to fit the specifications of most 3D Printers. Each model is delivered as a .zip file containing folders with multiple versions of our models. For example, we often provide a small printer cuts folder to fit on small print beds and a pre-supported resin cuts folder for models… Read more
Here you can find diagrams for assembling the gloomy gully trees. https://www.printablescenery.com/Gloomy-gully-assembly-guide.docx
To assemble the roofs from the Modular Shingle Roof we’ve provided some helpful diagrams of some configurations.
The Ironhelm Skydock is designed to be assembled in pieces, all surrounding the large column in the centre (Base-pt1). Assembly of the stairway and landing pieces starts from the ground and works all the way up. Below is a series of pictures of the fully assembled skydock, to aid in assembly. First stairway and landing… Read more