The Mariners' House - 3D Printable STL's & Physical Models

A project in Oshawa, Canada by Jason Dimoglou

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Tabletop Gaming Terrain - Houses (28mm scalable - Playable detailed interior, 2 levels)
Backers: 151
Average Pledge Per Backer: $9 CAD

Funded: $1,353 CAD of $500 CAD
Dates: Nov 24th -> Jan 5th (42 days)
Project By: Jason Dimoglou
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Latest News

Stretch Goal #3: Completed

January 5th - via:
The Mariners' Cabinet has been completed and test printed!  I attached a few photo's of the unpainted part.  I added a 'clear glass' by cutting out part of a plastic pack (thanks Jason Statham for the suggestion) using an exacto knife - the... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #3 and more on the next campaign

January 4th - via:
Thank you again for supporting my work!  It looks like we will reach Stretch Goal #3 - The Mariners' Cabinet.  I will work on it over the next few days and post the final design, it will be included in your files.  The files are ready to go... (Read More)

Another look ahead to the next campaign

January 2nd - via:
I made some progress on the Castle system in development.  I test printed the walls with an interlock feature - I used the same filament pin idea from the doors to lock the walls together.  Two issues I faced were prints that were not flat caused... (Read More)

Your feedback and input is requested

December 31st - via:
As this campaign winds down I would love to hear your feedback and suggestions on how I can improve on what I have done so far.  Your time and ideas are much appreciated and will be considered seriously. I am always trying to improve my campaigns... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #2 UNLOCKED

December 30th - via:
The Mariners Table has been unlocked!  I have posted some renders and photo's. You will receive both the round and the oval table versions.  I have also included some renders and photo's of the Norman Keep project in development.  I am test... (Read More)

Working rear door (Stretch Goal #6) UNLOCKED!

December 27th - via:
I modeled and test printed the parts for the working rear door.  Everything went perfect on the first attempt.  Your STL files will include the working front and rear doors! I have also included some photo's of the ongoing development work on my... (Read More)

BONUS Feature completed: customizable stone & wrought iron fence

December 22nd - via:
Thanks for your feedback about this feature!  I test printed the new parts today and they look great.  I used an exacto knife to clean up the fence panels as they have some very fine features, and I glued them with gorilla gel glue - they are still... (Read More)

QUESTION: Expanded gate / fence?

December 21st - via:
I was thinking about adding a few extra parts that will allow you to extend the fence and customize a yard.  It is partly roughed in, it would include:  1 - wrought iron fence section,  1 - stone pillar joiner,  1 - stone pillar corner.  Please... (Read More)

Another BONUS Feature Added + more future Norman Keep Photo's

December 19th - via:
I wanted to add another bonus feature for you so I decided on a front wrought iron gate with stone pillars. As well, I have printed the first prototype of my Norman Keep (future project) and so far everything is looking great.  Some photo's are... (Read More)

Thinking Ahead ...

December 16th - via:
This is kind of an unrelated update.  I have started work on my next project idea.  It started with a new stone texture that I wanted to try. The texture is custom made by me and it should allow more flexibility in its use. I settled on trying it... (Read More)

Functional front door completed!

December 15th - via:
I have a cool update for you today.  I finalized 4 different front door options for you, they will all be included so you can customize your model.  I also tested the functional front door on the full model and its ready for printing!  The parts... (Read More)

Next Stretch Goal: Mariners' Table under construction

December 13th - via:
Thanks for helping my project reach the first stretch goal! I have started work on the Mariners' Table.  I tried two versions, a round (octagonal) table and an elongated or oval variation.  I plan to include both with your STLs.  We are up to 29... (Read More)

Three more BONUS Features ADDED!

December 9th - via:
I have a couple more things to update you on.   I revised the functioning front door geometry into a working model.  It includes a wider six panel door and revised front entrance.  It fits together straight off the printer. I will work on three... (Read More)

Functional Front Door - in process!

December 7th - via:
Thanks for your continued support!  I have two exciting items to report. First - I worked on the functional front door concept. Thanks to Jesus Sosa Correa for the comments and information! The first attempt went fairly well with a working concept!... (Read More)

Fully Funded!

December 2nd - via:
Thank you for supporting my project and getting it to fully funded! I have been testing out a few more prints and making minor tweaks.  I created an updated version for better adhesion on non-heated beds, for use in my own prints, and I will include... (Read More)

BONUS Feature: Boarded windows completed

November 29th - via:
We are almost fully funded!  Thanks for your support.  I completed the 'boarded up windows' bonus feature.  There are 4 different variations for the large windows and 2 for the small ones.  As Car Tag pointed out, you can also mirror them for... (Read More)

BONUS Add-in: Boarded up windows!

November 27th - via:
Thanks to Car Tag for the idea!  I tested one version of boarded windows with photo's attached. I rushed the painting and I need to resize them so they fit in place, but I think its a great addition.  I am planning to create four different STLs of... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #1 ready to go + more painting!

November 27th - via:
Thanks for supporting my project! I test printed and also painted the Mariners' Chair, and attempted to darken the outer stone texture.  Here are some photo's of the results.  I hope you like it.  Your comments, feedback and suggestions are always... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #1 (Mariners' Chair) in process

November 26th - via:
I started with three concept sketches and decided to develop this one further. Concept Then some rough modelling to test it out. Testing the 3D Print file - getting the correct scale while ensuring a printable file is always a balance. GCode Test And... (Read More)

1st attempt at painting the first floor

November 25th - via:
Thank you for supporting my project!   Everything has been printed and worked perfectly with only a couple minor tweaks required, which have been completed.  I wanted to see how it could look painted so I started with the 1st floor. I am a rookie... (Read More)

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