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Kiosk by Jesús - Digital STL File

Kiosk by Jesús - Digital STL File

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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 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.


  • 15 Layer Height (Detail is amazing) or .20
  • 2 Perimeters
  • Low Infill (On Base structure)
  • No Supports or Rafts needed

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

Change Log
  • V1.0 - Launch Files
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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Jeda Ruins

Fantastic terrain. You will need epoxy to assemble. I added brass pins to the pillars to make the dome top removable. If any improvement could be made it would be to add printed pins to the columns and recesses to the dome top.

Looks grear

This piece looks really cool at the table.

Kieran Ferguson
Fantastic piece

I printed this at 80% size and 20% infill on my Creality CR6-SE and had no problems with the logo on the underside thankfully (printed at 0.12 layer height).

I do wish that there were some sort of peg/hole arrangement for the roof or perhaps a way to remove the columns with the roof to give some sort of open platform/dias or to help storage.

Also, a minor quibble, the small triangle which runs next to the stairs and hides most of the join between the platform and stairs could be a little higher to hide all of it, but its a minor point and easily hidden with a bit of milliput.

Generally it's an excellent product and well worth the cost.

Joel Harrison
Solid Model, but had to make adjustments to print

The model looks amazing once you get it finished, but there is a logo on the bottom of the main base that can give you problems. I had to take the model and remove the logo to get the base to print properly. Never had to do this with any files on Imperial Terrain, most are straight to the printer. That said, it wasn't a huge issue and the kiosk looks amazing when it is on the table. But I had to give it 4 stars because not every one will know how to do what I did to print it.