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Starship II 3D Printable OpenLOCK Deck Plans - Crawlspaces

Starship II 3D Printable OpenLOCK Deck Plans - Crawlspaces

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$9.95
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Recreate the claustrophobia of your favourite sci-fi horror scenarios with these crawlspace tiles. Connects to the Corridor II, Engineering Bulkhead and Hangar tile sets, and includes flat tiles for practical movement or half walls to truly visualise tight, enclosed spaces.

Compatible with the OpenLOCK system created by and available at Printable Scenery. You will need the basic OpenLOCK templates to print clips to connect these products, available from Printable Scenery. These tiles are commercially available versions of 2nd Dynasty's 2018 Starship II Kickstarter.

Please note that these are STL files only! You will need a 3D printer or print service in order to print the parts. The parts have been designed with FDM printers in mind at 100-200 microns using PLA or ABS plastic, although you will achieve better results with SLA/DLP printers (resin) or higher resolution FDM prints. You may need to rotate objects for optimal printing or add supports, particularly for overhanging areas, such as the top of door frames.

Parts are designed in 28-30mm scale (1" squares), but can be rescaled easily in your 3D printing software package.

This package includes 29 high detail tiles, including:

  • Flat crawlspaces for easy table play
  • Walled crawlspaces for that diorama look
  • Ladders for two tiered arrangements
  • Ventilation fans
  • Combines with the Hangar, Engineering Bulkheads and Corridors II sets


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File Last Updated:
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This title was added to our catalog on June 18, 2018.