Imperial Terrain

Imperial Landing Pad 2.0
Digital STL Files

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Type: STL | Printed
Tag: Buildings,   Military ,  
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.


Imperial Landing Pad 2.0 is a new variant of the original Imperial style landing pad. Designed to be integrated into modern Imperial defensive fortifications and for quicker assembly at forward Imperial Depots. Ladders are modeled into the base piece of terrain to allow for miniatures to access the landing pad area. Can be used as a terrain piece for multiple tabletop wargames and is delivered via digital download for easy 3d printing.

  • All Sections connect via OpenLOCK clips
  • Integrates with the wall sections from the Imperial Walls 2.0 terrain set.
  • Ladder included to install along sides of Landing Pad for additional miniature access to elevated landing pad surface.

*Skull Forge Studio miniature provided for size reference only and is not included.

Change Log
  • V1.0 - Launch Files

  • .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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  • The open lock clips do not work when connecting the Top A piece to the middle piece. Were the correct clips included in the file?

    Hi Jim,

    If the OpenLOCK clips are too large, I would scale them down in your slicer a few % at a time until they fit correctly and do the opposite if they are too small. We try our best to get the tolerances as close as possible but with so many different printers and settings it can take some tuning.


  • Does the middle piece of the landing platform 2.0 connect to the 2X top A pieces using the openlock system? If so, how does that work? Thank you.

    All Sections connect via OpenLOCK clips. There are clips you print out and then insert into their respective openings and snap together.

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