Another piece asked for by the community and finally here. The landing pad is a true center piece for your gaming table. At over 190mm tall, it blocks line of sight for the tallest vehicles and enables any units on top of it ranged dominance across the game board. You can print a single landing pad which consists of 3x pieces, all printable on a 200mm x 200mm print bed. Don't stop there however, if you notice in the large product photo you can print 4x Landing Pads, and it becomes truly an amazing piece.
A ladder is on one side of the base, allowing minis access to the top of the platform, as well as a small door. This door can be utilized as an elevator entrance to the top deck. I will release a 2nd version of the pad top with what looks like an elevator opening as if it came out of the floor.
More details on the Extension Set Soon.
This bundle includes:
- Landing Pad Base
- Landing Pad "Top" (The big flat part)
- Landing Pad Detail Support
- Landing Pad Extension Set (Coming Soon)
Recommend to print at .2 Layer Height with 2 Perimeters.
NO SUPPORTS NEEDED!
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.
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What are the dimensions of the three seperate pieces. I will be printing on a FlashForge Creator Pro. About 225x145 on the print bed. Will the model have to be scaled down. Also, ABS or PLA, which works better, I’ve had my rpinter for a couple years but am still unfamiliar with some aspects. What bed and print head temps are appropriate for PLA? Thanks for any help you can give to me.
Landing Pad Top - 180x196x16 (tall) Tower - 92x92x187 (tall) Accessory - 12 x 129 x 10 (tall) If the Bed is to small, you can cut the piece with your slicer software or Windows 3D Builder.
If I purchase the STL files, is it possible to just print the top? I am interested in a landing pad for a table I am working on, but need it on ground level.
It sure is, the landing pad top is a seperate stl file.