Napoleonic Wars 4rd, stl files for your printable terrain

A project in Krempe, Germany by 3D-Print-Terrain

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Napoleonic Wars edition 4, 3d printable terrain for tabletop and modeling. Stl files for your own printing scale 10-28mm or larger
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Funded: €6,642 of €1,500
Dates: Apr 15th -> May 12th (28 days)
Project By: 3D-Print-Terrain
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Latest News

All files included now

May 10th - via:
Als files are now in...  (Read More)

Harburg Bridge and Bridge Ram

May 8th - via:
Printed + painted by Frank Becker  (Read More)

Ships 1/600

May 6th - via:
A request if the ships are printable in 1/600. With resin it works, but to have a better results, it needs to oversize some details (masts or rudders)  (Read More)

Another ship for the fleet

May 4th - via:
Couldn´t resist to make a larger ship for the fleet. A 18 gun Brigg ....  (Read More)

Ligny Ferme d´en Haut

May 3rd - via:
The figure probably looks quite small in relation to the main gate. But the Farm d 'en Haut is a true giant...  (Read More)

„Amtshaus“ painted

April 26th - via:
Another printed and painted model by Frank Becker  (Read More)

Signal station

April 26th - via:

HMS Princess Augusta, best way of print

April 26th - via:
Especially with the Augusta, which has a very curved line, the print as a horizontal waterline model is somewhat suboptimal. Here the visible “stairs” are a bit inconvenient. This is not a problem with the other models, because they do not have a... (Read More)

Stretchgoals adjusted, ships are in !!

April 26th - via:
Royal navy now included! Stretchgoals lowered.  (Read More)

Painted Remise and Treppenspeicher

April 23rd - via:
There are already 2 painted buildings here. The legendary Frank Becker painted the buildings and photographed them.  (Read More)

Some village buildings ready

April 22nd - via:
Peatbarn, Bakery shed, Sheepfold, Piggery  (Read More)

The Watermill

April 18th - via:

Printed 12 gun Cutter

April 17th - via:
Hull FDM, Cannons, Figures Resin  (Read More)

HMS Princess Augusta testprint

April 16th - via:
Here I once printed the Princess Augusta (here I can see for myself that I have to readjust this printer again after countless prints and a new nozzle is needed ;-)) In the past it has been shown that printed ship masts are suboptimal. First of all,... (Read More)

Added another ship to possible stretchgoals

April 15th - via:
12 gun Cutter Compare to HMS Princess Augusta  (Read More)

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