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Personal logo Waco Joe Supporting Member of TMP25 May 2017 8:24 a.m. PST

I backed a Kickstarter a few weeks ago for 3d print files of Arab buildings of various sorts. I got around to printing out a few in both 20mm and 3mm sizes. The buildings come in a variety of wall pieces which can be assembled in different ways. The three broad types are two story, long, and small. There is also a mosque, train station, compound and city walls and perhaps best of all a Beau Geste style Sahara fort.

The 20mm pieces were done on my home Prusa printer while the 3mm were done on my work Ultimaker using the 2mm nozzle. It took about 36 hours of printing to do the mosque three parts; walls, roof and tower. & hours for the small building and about 15 minutes for each of the 3mm pieces.

All together a nice set. Here is a link to the author of the kits: link I have also backed the Normandy buildings as will probably do the Cold War as well.





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