Fallout: Wasteland Warfare - Print at Home - Sanctuary Hill House STL

Sale price£15.00 GBP


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. 

Constructed in the mid to late 2070s, Sanctuary Hills was a small suburb of the larger town of Concord, which was built on a small island reached by a wooden footbridge and made up of some 14 prefabricated homes.  In the aftermath of the Great War, the conurbation was abandoned and became neglected with many of the homes collapsing due to the ravages of time and becoming nests for pests like radroaches and bloatflies. This surviving example is typical of the dilapidated houses in Sanctuary Hills and comes with detailed interior dressing and the option to 3D print its removable roof.

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

This 3D print file contains STLs for the following:

Walls and Supports
Elbow Pylon x 5
Half Wall x 5
Half Wall Female
Half Wall M + F
Internal Door
Pylon x 2
Internal Wall x 5
T-Junction Pylon x3
House Wall x 10
Window x 5
X-Junction Pylon x 3

Optional Roof
Plank x 4
Roof x 7

Coffee Table x 2
Kitchen Counter
Kitchen Cupboard
Kitchen components x 5
Shower x 4
Toilet Seat

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 178.24mm x 52.96mm x 104.81mm. Please note that some of the optional files 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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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 1 review
    Pat Callahan
    An Excellent Package, Easily Printable

    I've printed out a lot of the 3D models available for Fallout from Modiphius, and this one is by far the best -- it is easy to print, easy to assemble, and most importantly, can all be done well on a standard FDM (filament) printer.

    In a big change from the preserved Red Rocket, all the roof parts can be printed on a 22cm x 22cm print bed, which seems like it is the most common. All the parts fit well, and the detail is excellent, particularly with the dressing.

    While this set will take up a lot of time on your printer, I was able to get it all done successfully in about 12 days using an Ender 3 V2 and an Ender 3 V2 Neo.

    The end product is well worth it -- a major piece of terrain (about 20 inches by 20 inches) that looks spectacular and can serve as a focus for the game. In addition, given the interlocking nature of the wall pieces, alternate designs can easily be constructed if you are looking to build a multi-structure neighborhood. Only thing I would like to have seen would have been pieces for a car port, common on the houses in Fallout 4.

    Overall, a major project, but really a bargain at the price and well worth the time of anyone with a reasonable degree of experience with a printer.

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