Tuesday, June 22, 2021
3D Resin Printing Week 2: Printed Terrain Details
A quick internet search found that 3dPrintterrain makes a collection of WW2 themed files which includes the fountain as well as some other iconic terrain pieces.
It took a little maneuvering to get the fountain to fit on the build plate but it printed out great. It's also far superior to anything I would have scratch built do I am really pleased.
I doubt I'll be printing out full building using the resin printer (expect for 6mm) but key detail parts like window frames, doors and signage will be easy to do and add a lot of visual appeal to my scratch builds.
plastic cafeteria trays. The raise lips are great for keeping your printer in and protecting against the inevitable resin spills. They also make great spots for storing works in progress.
The lips have edges that are 1/8 inch thick and about 3/8 of an inch wide. I think I can build some really simple cabinet boxes with 1/8 inch grooves and make some super quick storage shelves.
I purchased 2 sets of 12 each, which cost me 20.00 each set (used). Thats kind of expensive for plastic but compared to the alternative cost of wood and build time a real bargain.