My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

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My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by dadlamassu » 21 Aug 2019, 15:47

Our son has been designing and 3D printing Dark Age buildings for me as a practice. Now he has branched out into WW2 and produced this Normandy Farm. He made this one in 28mm for his Bolt Action games and is making me one in 20mm in 2 versions (intact and part ruined). Pictures of the finished article. All buildings have interior detail on walls and floors as appropriate
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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by CarlL » 21 Aug 2019, 18:49

Lovely models and paint job.
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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by bannockburn bhoy » 21 Aug 2019, 21:59

Great having that on tap Alan..really looks the part :D

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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by granty101 » 22 Aug 2019, 05:40

dadlamassu wrote:
21 Aug 2019, 15:47
Our son has been designing and 3D printing Dark Age buildings for me as a practice.
Alan, can I ask what sort of printer he is using please, as this is something I am interested in doing myself at a later date.

Grant
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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by Richard B. » 22 Aug 2019, 06:25

very nice :D
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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by dadlamassu » 22 Aug 2019, 10:15

granty101 wrote:
22 Aug 2019, 05:40
dadlamassu wrote:
21 Aug 2019, 15:47
Our son has been designing and 3D printing Dark Age buildings for me as a practice.
Alan, can I ask what sort of printer he is using please, as this is something I am interested in doing myself at a later date.
Grant
A big square one? Seriously it is a Prusa i3 printer and he uses a narrow setting with good quality plastic. He is doing the same farm part ruined in 28mm and has started a 20mm one for me and he has a thread here http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=118422.0

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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by granty101 » 22 Aug 2019, 19:17

dadlamassu wrote:
22 Aug 2019, 10:15
Seriously it is a Prusa i3 printer and he uses a narrow setting with good quality plastic.
Cheers Alan. 3D printing is something I am looking at getting into myself...one day!! :)

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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by CarlL » 22 Aug 2019, 21:54

Alan,
These are superb quality and interiors look great too!
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PS when can we persuade him to sell us his work!?

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Post by dadlamassu » 23 Aug 2019, 09:33

CarlL wrote:
22 Aug 2019, 21:54
Alan,
These are superb quality and interiors look great too!
CarlL
PS when can we persuade him to sell us his work!?
He has sold a few models from the Dark Age village he did for me so I suppose he will do it for these if you ask. That said you may have to wait a bit as he has only one printer (and I'm first in the queue RHIP). He is also due to go on a 4 month Op Tour very soon so be quick. If you PM me your email address I'll pass it on. He is not a member of this forum but can be found on Lead Adventure Forum and The Wargamers Forum if want to go direct to him. He uses the name "Hami" on both.

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Re: My son's 3D print Normandy Farm

Post by Richard B. » 23 Aug 2019, 13:34

dadlamassu wrote:
22 Aug 2019, 10:15

A big square one? Seriously it is a Prusa i3 printer and he uses a narrow setting with good quality plastic. He is doing the same farm part ruined in 28mm and has started a 20mm one for me and he has a thread here http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=118422.0

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very impressive :D
"“Sir with the compliments of my officer, your shooting was excellent – you killed four of our men”!
Un-named Traillieur to an artillery officer at R`Fakah, Morocco, Feb. 29th, 1908

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