I created this modular Ruined Lighthouse on my 3D printer recently. It will form part of the city I'm building at a 28mm scale for tabletop RPG's. This design is by Printable Scenery which is a New Zealand based company that creates all kinds of buildings and terrain for 28mm tabletop games that can be printed on your home 3D printer.
Filament: 1.75mm Prusament PLA (Grey) and 1.75mm eSun PLA+ (Blue)
Layer Height: 0.15mm
Nozzle Temp: 210C
Bed Temp: 65C
Total Print Time: Approx 80 hours.
The corner in the bottom right started to lift off the bed here. Luckily, it didn't ruin the print. When it was completed I heated up the area with a hair dryer and flattened it down.
After the first two base pieces, I ran out of my grey prusament so I switched to my eSun PLA+ filament in blue which I had recently purchased. I much prefer the eSun filament because it has produced a much smoother transition in the layers as you can see below.
Here is the completed piece which has been coated with a black primer ready to be painted. I decided not to stick the levels together so that people can move their miniatures between them when playing.
I love how this piece turned out and I can't wait to share some of the pictures of it being painted up.
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