June 1, 2016 by stvitusdancern
We have been talking a lot about 3D printable terrain lately and I for one have backed several campaigns and have a large computer folder full of files ready to be printed once I get my printer in place.
While doing my usual scan of what’s going on, I came across another campaign on Kickstarter for even more printable terrain. This time around it is for printable 17th and 18th century fortifications.
VAUBAN FORTRESS – 3D Printable 17th and 18th Century Terrain is currently in progress on Kickstarter and is already funded. These models are designed to fit into any battle and are of the design you would have found during the Napoleonic eras and beyond.
The nice thing is the models are scalable so you can print one to fit whatever scale you are into playing. Want to create a huge 10mm battlefield? Go for it and print it out for your armies. What I am finding nice about these type of projects is the files are relatively low cost, and only the printer and supplies are the major expense. However, if you think about what a similar model would cost to buy from some company, I truly believe that you will come out ahead.
What do you think about these 3D printable projects?
"The nice thing is the models are scalable so you can print one to fit whatever scale you are into playing..."