Imperial Terrain

Desert Standard Terrain Bundle
Digital STL Files

Sale price Price $16 Regular price

Type: STL | Printed
Tag: Desert ,  
Disclaimer: Purchase of Digital Files are final and not returnable or refundable. Print times and filament usage will vary based on, but not limited to, individual printers, settings, tuning and/or environmental conditions.


STL Files : Digital Download only for 3D Printers
The Desert Standard Terrain STL bundle is perfect for your Desert themed terrain prints. It comes with enough pieces to print and easily fill a 6 x 3 board with all different terrain models. Models are of varying height and provide LOS and cover from the largest of vehicles. All files fit on a 200 x 200 print bed.
What's Included:
  • Small Desert Home - 6 in x 6 in x 4.5 in
  • Desert Tower - 9 in tall x 8 in x 8 in
  • Cargo Pallets - Varied
  • Cargo Containers - Varied
  • Mos 1 Bed - 1 Bath - 9 in x 9 in x 6 in
  • Urban Dwelling - 4 in x 6.9 in x 7 in
  • Vaporators - Varied

The Imperial's recommended print settings for wargaming terrain.

Star Wars: Legion table layout sci fi desert themed buildings

*Note: This image includes the Mechanics House instead of the Mos 1-1


  • .20 or .24 Layer Height
  • 2 Perimeters
  • 5-10% Infill
  • No Supports or Rafts needed

All files can be printed on a 200 x 200 print bed.

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  • Is this going to fit on my new Anycubic Photon? Or are these pieces all much larger?

    Our models are designed to fit mainly on 200mm x 200mm beds. Smaller models will of course work on smaller beds and depend on the specific models. Slicing software (Prusa Slic3r / Cura / etc) can be used to "cut" 3D Models to smaller sizes for printing as well.

  • Do these buildings come with removable roofs? So we can place figs inside the models. Thank you.

    The roofs are removable and the inside of the models are open.

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