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Regular Dakkanaut

Redmond, WA

I made a series of buildings to create an Alien Tau-Style Outpost you can print out for use with any games system. The buildings were scaled for Heroic Scale games, but you can scale them down for any system from 6mm on up.

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Focused Fire Warrior

United States

These look awesome. I went ahead and forwarded the kickstarter to my friends with access to 3d printers.
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Regular Dakkanaut

Redmond, WA

The new structure is done. You can also remove the upper platform and use the landing platform on it.

I'll be adding it, and another structure, to the Kickstarter today at a new pledge level.

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Alessio Cavatore

Great. Any 3d printer recommendation for beginners. They are becoming more and more popular.
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Regular Dakkanaut

I am no expert but have been looking around as I wait for my Kickstarter printer (I know - it is coming, very very late but is coming!)

For FDM printers I normally see the Ender3 and Ender5 suggested, For resin the Photon or Epax X1

Have a look around for guides on which you would get most out of (FDM probably as a beginner).

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Regular Dakkanaut

Redmond, WA

 PaperMini wrote:
Great. Any 3d printer recommendation for beginners. They are becoming more and more popular.

Here's a good article I found that might help:


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