Sewer Dungeon – Print Four

We’re building a dungeon. This is a project spanning lots of different prints, until we generate all of the tiles we need for the dungeon we have in mind. The prints are spread across:

Print Four – Deep Pool

These turned out really well, and really quickly. Because, of course I did, I neglected to print the center tile for the deep pool. I’ll need to add that to a later batch, likely of more deep pool tiles to make a larger area. The edges of the pool and the upper face of the curved corners are built to mesh well with basic floor pieces, which I haven’t printed many of yet – soon to come.

For this set of tiles I added a 2mm brim to see if it made any difference in the adhesion of the tiles, and to see if it possibly solved the problem of “peeled away” corners I’ve seen on other tiles. Worked perfectly, and added only a few minutes of cleanup post-print. The brims peel away cleanly and quickly once a corner of the brim has been pulled away from the printed model.

  • Series: OpenForge tiles
  • Maker: devonjones
  • Source: OpenForge Sewers
  • Original License: Creative Commons – Attribution – Share Alike
  • Model Set: OpenForge Sewers – Deep Pool – All
  • Models:
    • sewer_deep_pool_curved_2x2.stl x4
    • sewer_deep_pool_cross_b_2x2 x1
    • sewer_deep_pool_tee_a_2x2.stl x3
  • GCode: –
  • Material: Prusa Gray PLA 1.75mm
  • Print Date: 2017/09/23
  • Print Time: 3 hours 59 minutes
  • Estimated Print Time: 3 hours 45 minutes (PrusaControl 0.9.3_390_beta)
  • Estimated Filament: 27.2 meters (PrusaControl 0.9.3_390_beta)
  • Slicer: Slic3r PE 1.37.1
  • Slice Settings:
    • 0.35mm Fast Print
    • 10% infill cubic
    • no supports
    • 2mm brim
  • Printer: Prusa i3 mk2

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