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Kiosk by Jesús
Digital STL File

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Type: STL | Printed
Tag: Desert ,   Ruins ,  Urban Theme,  
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.
Overall Dimensions

6.8 x 6.8 x 4.7 in
172.72 x 172.72 x 119.38 mm

Description

The Kiosk is a new file from designer Jesús Labiano. A great piece to augment his current line of terrain structures, this piece makes for an excellent center of board structure. It's stock size is scaled for 32-34mm games such as Legion, but can be easily scaled down to 28mm for RPG play. Designed from the ground up as a 3d printed terrain piece, this is a great addition to a Desert, Urban, Settler style, etc., board.

Print Recommendations:

  • .15 Layer Height (Detail is amazing) or .20
  • Low Infill (On Base structure)
  • 2 Perimeters

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

Change Log
  • V1.0 - Launch Files

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  • I am new to 3d printing and am still deciding which printer that I would like to go with. In all of the prints they mention that they can be printed on a 200 x 200 print bed. Is this bed size a requirement for all builds or just the larger ones? What print resolution is needed for these files to look decent when printed? Will 100 microns do or is 50 microns needed to capture the amount of detail?

    Our models are designed to fit mainly on 200mm x 200mm beds. Slicing software (Prusa Slic3r / Cura / etc) can be used to "cut" 3D Models to smaller sizes for printing as well. We print at a layer height of .2 to balance speed and quality however you can choose to print at whatever layer height you want in your slicing software, i.e. slower, super high quality or faster, less quality.

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