Sewer Dungeon – Print Eleven

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 Eleven – Bridges

No one wants to walk through sluices, much less (possibly) bottomless pools in the sewers, right? Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a way across the deep streams and pools? Well, it looks like someone built bridges in this old sewer system, I wonder why? And why do the bridges look newer, with different stone, than the old sewers? Who puts new bridges in an old sewer?

The three bridges are the largest single print for the entire dungeon, clocking in at a bit above 12 hours. Despite generous brims and glue, the outer edges of the bridge still pulled away from the print bed. Not a big deal for these tiles, but a problem to solve none-the-less. Supports were a necessity for the shallow slope of the underside of the bridge, but were very easy to remove.


  • Series: OpenForge Tiles
  • Maker: devonjones
  • Source: Stone Bridge
  • Original License: Creative Commons – Attribution – Share Alike
  • Model: bridge.stl x3
  • GCode: –
  • Material: Inland Gray ABS 1.75mm
  • Print Date: 2017/09/29
  • Print Time: 12 hours 19 minutes
  • Estimated Print Time: 9 hours 42 minutes (PrusaControl 0.9.3_390_beta)
  • Estimated Filament: 92.6 meters (PrusaControl 0.9.3_390_beta)
  • Slicer: Slic3r
  • Slice Settings:
    • 4mm brim
    • 0.35mm layers
    • 10% infill
    • Supports on build plate only
  • Printer: Prusa i3 mk2

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