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OpenLOCK Floor Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Coarse) (STL Files)

OpenLOCK Floor Tiles - Diamond Plate Single Oblique Pattern (Coarse) (STL Files)

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This is a collection of  Sci-Fi/industrial themed standard OpenLOCK floor tiles with a diamond plate surface design. It includes at least one 3D model (in STL format)  for each of all 55 of the standard floor tiles shapes defined in the OpenLOCK (may 2018) standard by, and multiple versions of the majority of them. Multiple version allow more flexible alignment of the tiles with the floor grid (e.g. for a triangular tile there will be a version where each of the three sides lines up with the edges of the grid squares) and to compensate for the diamond plate pattern not being fully symmetrical when rotated by providing additional versions with the pattern rotated by 90 degrees.


The surface Design is based on the "diamond plate" metal sheets used as anti-slip surfaces in industrial applications. There are multiple patters of such plates and this one is based on the simplest pattern with rows of single raised 'diamonds', arranged obliquely to the plate edges and alternating in their direction in every other row.


The 3D models are designed specifically for FDM printing with PLA, in that they have a designed internal volume(s) to minimise infill and the 3D models include removable support structures where they are necessary for FDM printing so the addition of slicer generated supports will not be necessary.


The ZIP file contains 233 STL files, corresponding PGA image files and a PDF.

OpenLOCK tile identifiers, Sizes/Shape, and the number of versions of each

 OpenLOCK Tile ID    Description*    # Versions Included  
 A   2 by 0.5 rectangle   2 
 AS   2 by 0.5 rectangle (double sided)   2 
 BA   1.5 by 0.5 rectangle   4 
 C   2.5 by 0.5 rectangle   4 
 D   3 by 0.5 rectangle   2 
 DS   3 by 0.5 rectangle (double sided)   2 
 E   2 by 2 square   1 
 E+A   2.5 by 2 rectangle   2 
 EA   3 by 3 square   1 
 EC   2 by 1.5 rectangle   2 
 ED   1.5 by 1.5 square   2 
 EN   2 by 2 - L shape   2 
 F   2 radius quarter circle   2 
 FB   2.5 by 2.5 with 2 radius rounded corner   8 
 FC   2.5 by 2 with 2 radius rounded corner   8 
 FN   2 outer radius, 1 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 G   2.5 outer radius, 2 inner radius 90° arc   8 
 H   3 outer radius, 2 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 I   1 by 1 square   1 
 J   1 by 1 square (single sided)   2 
 IA   1 by 0.5 rectangle   2 
 K   2.5 by 1 rectangle   2 
 L   3 by 1 rectangle   2 
 M   4 by 1 rectangle   2 
 N   2 by 1 rectangle   2 
 O   face 1.5 90° triangle   6 
 OA   face 4 90° triangle   6 
 P   0.5 short side, 2 between short sides   18 
 PA       10 
 PB       6 
 PB-MIR   mirror of PB   6 
 PD       6 
 PC-MIR   mirror of PC   6 
 Q   4 by 0.5 rectangle   2 
 QA   5 by 0.5 rectangle   2 
 QC   4.5 by 0.5 rectangle   4 
 R   4 by 2 rectangle   2 
 S   2 by 1 rectangle   2 
 SA   3 by 1 rectangle   2 
 SB   4 by 1 rectangle   2 
 T   4 by 4 with 2 radius cut-out corner   2 
 U   4 by 4 square   1 
 V   4 radius quarter circle   2 
 VE   4 outer radius, 2 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 VG   2 outer radius, 1.5 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 VN   4 outer radius, 3 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 W   4 by 4 with 4 radius cut-out corner   2 
 X   4.5 outer radius, 4 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 XA   4.5 outer radius, 4 inner radius 45° arc   8 
 XG   4 outer radius, 2.5 inner radius 90° arc   2 
 Y   face 4 45° triangle   12 
 YA   face 2 45° triangle   8 
 Z   0.5 edge for Y   12 
 ZA   0.5 edge for YA             8 
 6x6   6 by 6 square   1 
 GA**   2.5 outer radius, 2 inner radius 45° arc   6 
 WA**   4 outer radius, 3.5 inner radius 90° arc   2 

* The units used in the descriptions are in floor grid squares, or 1 inch (25.4mm) units.

** GA and WA tiles were proposed for inclusion in the OpenLOCK standard but have not been included in version 8.0 (May 2018). They were included in the creation of this file set because they were under consideration at the time of development.


Note: These OpenLOCK tiles are also offered in "Medium" and "Fine" versions, which have different densities of 'diamonds' in their surface patterns.

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Robert L October 25, 2018 1:57 pm UTC
OK, noob question - can this be used for 15mm systems, specifically Traveller? And, if so, what hardware do I need to print?

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Richard C November 05, 2018 12:58 pm UTC
To answer the second part of your question first, the hardware needed would be a FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling, i.e. the most common home 3D printer type available) 3D printer, a computer to run the "slicer" software that converts the STL file type that 3D models are supplied as into instructions for the printer (which doesn't have to be a particularly capable computer, i.e. pretty much any computer manufactured in the last decade should be good enough) and a means of transferring the "slicer" output instructions from the computer to the printer (which is likely to be an SD card (commonly micro-SD), a USB stick or a USB cable, where the SD card requires that the computer have, or be provided with, an appropriate SD card reader/writer).

Drive through RPG has a pretty good introduction to 3D printing here:-

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