Antenociti’s Workshop: STL Kickstarter
Antenocitis Workshop bieten STL-Dateien zu ihren diversen Sci-Fi Modellen auf Kickstarter an.
Hello and welcome to our 3D Print Kickstarter.
As some of you will know we at Antenociti’s Workshop are going to be substantially reducing our ranges of resin-cast vehicles over the next few months and eventually phase resin casting out altogether.
With that long-term plan in mind, we have decided to release some of our catalogue of Sci-fi vehicles for 3D printing.
This Kickstarter will, therefore, include a number of 3D-printable vehicles from our own GOT designs through to the USIMF designs originally done by Stephane Chasseloupe and others.
The models were designed to work for both 28mm and 15mm ’scales‘ with the level of detail set at a high standard without being too cluttered or overly complex.
Some designs have been converted from low-poly computer game-models, removing the textures, re-meshing and adding the detail needed for 3D printing.
So, whilst you can find some of these designs elsewhere on the Internet, the level of 3D detail on them is far lower than that on our Kickstarter models (and all of our files have been verified as „Print-ready“).
The following image shows an example where the original track is a bare band and our re-work is a fully linked 3D track.
Our models are broken up into separate parts for ease of printing and, originally, for us to use for resin casting. This creates multi-part models, usually with a side of each part conveniently bare for attaching printing supports or similar (such as the underside of a tank hull)
The models supplied to you will include all parts required for each vehicle/model wherein each file has been checked using Nettfabb to verify their integrity and validity for 3D printing. (You will obviously still need to set them up on your printer with appropriate settings for your scale, material and so forth)
We print our own models using the Form 2 and PreForm software. The Form 2 is capable of high detail prints at 25-micron (but you can print at lower resolutions).
No individual part is larger than the build volume size of the Form2 which is: 145 × 145 × 175 mm or 5.7 × 5.7 × 6.9 in.
Some larger parts may have been hollowed out for you, alternatively, you can use MeshMixer to do this and/or split parts up into smaller pieces for printers like the Anycubic Photon which has a smaller build volume than the Form2
The various 3D models are broken up into discounted bundles and then those bundles can also be discounted by grabbing the „all-in“ pledges.
NOTE: This Kickstarter is solely for .stl 3D Print Files only.
There are no physical products in this Kickstarter.
Es gibt Pledges für alle bisherigen Sci-Fi Linien:
Hier die Pledges im Detail:
Außerdem gibt es diverse Stretch Goals:
The .stl files for 3D printing are already completed as we have printed the majority of these files for our own uses in the past.
All models have been validated as Print-Ready, using Nettfabb.
Downloadable files completed via BackerKit will be available once the Backer has registered on BackerKit and confirmed their pledges. This will be available from 14 days after the KS ends.
Die Kampagne ist bereits finanziert, die Auslieferung der Dateien ist für Januar geplant, also bereits einen Monat nach dem Ende der Kampagne, die in 26 Tagen endet