3D files for Maori pa fencing now for sale

maoripa-stockade-v01 (1) The Maori pa fence 3D printing files are now available for sale on Printable Scenery. You’ll need access to a 3D printer, or to a local 3D printing service, to print out these files.  But then you can churn them out to your heart’s content.  Imagine the size Maori pa (or pirate  stockade, or cannibal village, or orc fortress) you could make with unlimited pieces! After a wee bit of cleaning up to remove some supporting sprues, and a quick paint job, they come out really well, as you can see in the pictures. maoripa-stockade-v01 maoripa-stockade-v01 (2) maoripa-stockade-v01 (3) maoripa-stockade-v01 (4)

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8 responses to “3D files for Maori pa fencing now for sale

  1. Very cool! And it opens up a very clear direction for scene-setting in some extremely interesting wargaming!

  2. armchairqb

    These look great — any idea how much 3D printing generally costs, though? Seems like I need to own the file before I can even get a quote from a 3D printer.

  3. I actually ordered one of their nifty cottages, thinking I would receive a “printout” and not just a design file (their website lacks explanation, you don’t really know what you are buying..). After realising my mistake, I explained that I did not have access to any 3D printers and received a refund (thanks!). Not sure how long it will take for prices of 3D printers to come down and for them to become more widespread, but it might take years…too bad!

    • Yes, I’ve suggested to Matt he needs beginner’s guide to 3D printing, because if you don’t realise how it all works, you can easily be forgiven that they are actual models he’s selling.

    • Yes, I’ve suggested to Matt he needs beginner’s guide to 3D printing, because if you don’t realise how it all works, you can easily be forgiven that they are actual models he’s selling. By the ay., printers aren’t as expensive as you would think. I keep getting advertisements for The Cube, under $NZ1000 . I’d say within a few years they’ll be priced like paper printers.

  4. Hi Roly,

    The link seems to be deid…

    Best
    Ben

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