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Cavern Floors - Raised with sides and steps 2

Cavern Floors - Raised with sides and steps 2


I modified the Fat Dragon Games cavern floors with my rocky walls at a raised level, and added steps on one side. The intent here is to have some drop-into-play raised cavern pieces that give some playable grid space on top, and break out of the flat caverns that I've been using.

Note: These print fine using Cura 21.04, though it's possible that other slicers will gripe about interlocked objects on them. When I tried to solidify them all into a single mesh, I lost a lot of detail, so I opted to keep them this way (especially since I was going to throw them out there for free).

Don't forget that you can mirror them on the X-axis to give another version for the game board. Also, I highly suggest printing with a brim, and NOT with a bottom (to save filament). Last, I printed them using 7 percent infill, and they worked fine.



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