Fallout: Wasteland Warfare - Print at Home - Preserved Red Rocket STL


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Please note: this is a digital STL product ONLY for 3D printing and not a physical product. Requires a 3D printer and knowledge of 3D printing to use. You will be emailed the STL files immediately after purchase. Figures shown are for scale only and are not included in this package. 

Red Rocket stops were an iconic feature of pre-war life in the United States,  evolving from simple gas filling stations to offer a wide range of services including fusion and coolant refilling services, following the widespread adoption of these technologies in 2066. 

Strangely, this surviving example seems to have been preserved in its entirety, its roof and walls still  standing as if untouched by the ravages of time and life in the wasteland. Who knows what lurks inside its gleaming  exterior, valuable resources like food, chemicals or stims, or perhaps an ambush from denizens that do not wish to be disturbed? Its story is yours to tell, in this intriguing new 3D printed terrain feature. 

Please see images for further details. Please note that some optional files now included will require a larger print bed. 

This 3D print file contains STLs for the following:

Red Rocket
Front Window
Inner Corner x 2
Inner Wall x 2
Left Wall x 2
Optional Shop Front
Right Wall x 2
Rocket
Rocket Girder x 2
Roof x 8
Signage x 2

Dressing
Cart
Diagnostic Cart
Gas Pump
Tool Chest
Tool Rack
Workshop Cabinet x 4


Our reference consumer grade 3D printer is the Form 2 SLA (Stereolighotgraphy Apparatus) resin 3D printer by Formlabs.

Our Bounding Box Benchmark is 220mm x 220mm This product requires a maximum build size of Roof 'E' L174.74mm W61.73mm 323.01mm. Please note that some optional files now included will require a larger print bed.

The recommended print resolution is 25 microns, though users may find the 50 microns setting may be acceptable for some larger objects. Lower resolutions are not recommended.

The Form 2 printer has a maximum build size of 145 (L) x 145 (W) x 175 (H) mm.

3D printable file and model ©2020 Bethesda Softworks, a ZeniMax Media company. All Rights Reserved.

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- STL files are sold on an "as-is" basis only, we do not accept modification requests and printing and technical support is not provided.
- 3D Printable files have strictly non-commercial, non-distribution licenses and shall be downloaded for personal use only.
- The customer may not share, distribute, sell, rent, sub-license, host or transfer the 3D printable file.
- The customer may not 3D print these files for commercial or mass production purpose.
- 3D printable files maybe downloaded for personal only and may not be used for marketing, collecting money, fees, donations, reimbursement or any purposes of remuneration: Including but not limited to selling 3D prints, posting content on Ebay, Etsy, Shapeways, Facebook, store or any other product or file sharing or distribution site or service.
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    Joe Simms
    I'm impressed!

    To start off, I did use both an FDM and SLA printer to complete this project. For the larger parts I printed in PLA and they turned out amazing! No layer lines at all. It did test my printer's tolerances but I only had two failures and that was due to a power outage and poor bed adhesion. For the set dressing (tool chests, computers, shelves, fuel pumps, etc) I used resin. They turned out sharp edges and clean lines. This is a massive project. It took me two weeks to print the larger parts. It was well worth the wait though!

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    Richard D
    Mixed Bag

    I applaud the ambition of producing such a large model for resin printers and should you print one you will end up with a fantastic model but be prepared for a lot of work and a hit to your wallet in resin costs.

    The model itself is fantastic, highly detailed with lots of extras such as the set dressing and recently added flooring (not pictured). On it's own the model would garner a higher score in review.

    However I feel that choosing the form 2 as the base consumer printer was a mistake. Working with the more common smaller build plates in mind would have opened this up to a lot more people. The price difference between Form resins and cheaper brands is also a big factor, especially if you decide to print this solid as designed. I opted to, wherever possible, print it hollow using "ABS like" resins on a budget printer. For those without the know-how and software to make alterations however this will be a costly project using a lot of resin and wear and tear to your printer.

    While quite a lot of parts can already be printed on a smaller printer, some walls and the roof section in particular require remodelling to work, at least 1 roof piece is so large even the form 2 will only print it in 1 specific orientation. As none of the files are pre-supported and are oriented as sculpted there is a fair bit of setting up work required.

    Making big pieces of scenery available as STLs is a great move, I would just suggest making them more accessible to a wider audience.

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