Sci Fi Modular Corridor 3d printable Terrain
Our Corridor sets are the perfect addition for your sci fi board, role-playing, war game or tabletop skirmish setup. These rooms and corridors are modular and can be used to create any style of space station or ship you wish. They are designed for a fire-and-forget print where you set it to print and walk away. This is a change from printing each section of the floor or room separate and clicking them together.
Our system allows for a quick setup time. Just grab a corridor, get the design going, add a few rooms here and there, drop in the doors and you are done. Also storage is a breeze with this system -- especially when printing without the doorway tops, using just any large box or plastic tote. No more pieces falling all over the place. Feel like a prison setup this time, or maybe a medical bay, just grab the tile and your ready to go.
They can be used for any game. Currently we play all manner of Star Wars, Star Trek, Infinity, Space Hulk, Firefly, Terminator, Batman, and oh yes, we love our games of Alien using this system. So enjoy!
Dimensions: 130mm *130mm *54mm Height.
(Set to 28mm, Can be re-scaled)
12 piece tile containing all terrain features. Chairs and Doorway tops print separately.
Expansion to Colony Hub includes New Doors.
Very Large Desk, Large Cabinets, Specimen Container, Dissection Tray all print Separate. Can print specimen container in two parts and use plastic vial to hold fluid for appearance.
Colony Hub - Med Bay will be released in the future which will be 6 tiles to attach.
By Purchasing this STL file you agree to all the terms on the standard STL agreement page. Enjoy!
Notes for Making Transparent Specimen Jars.
1) This design was made to be cheap and easy. It uses dollar store glitter containers. . We would suggest you use resin instead, after a few days the calcium from the water seems to cause white buildup on the clear jars. Possibly try distilled water or washing up liquid for dishes.
2) Using a small saw, cut the tubes, 23mm in length marked with a permanent marker. Then sand the bottom for level.
3) Make sure to layer the bottom of the specimen base with liquid glue to make it watertight. Then do the same with the lid. Be careful not to touch the sides and you may have to apply multiple coats..
4) Note, the tubes are narrow at the bottom so we recommend just two sections use.