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City Guard / Mercenary – Spear and Sword: Sentry (STL File)

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$4.95

  • This is a digital file only
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Sold By: Runeforge Studios | HD 3D Printed Table-top Miniatures

Is something or someone in need of protection? Look no farther than these guards. Equipped with premium gambeson armor, kite shield, plate helmet, grieves, gauntlets, and pauldrons, these guards are ready for a fight if one should come. If not, they’re happy to take your coin anyway.

These guys make great guards, mercenaries, or adversaries for your rogue Player Characters.

This model has been tested on multiple printers.

This model comes with pre-supported and unsupported versions.

2 reviews for City Guard / Mercenary – Spear and Sword: Sentry (STL File)

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90 %

Price

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Delivery / Download

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Condition / Ease of Use

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    Jakejakar

    OK

    I AM DISAPPOINTED THAT IT DID NOT INCLUDE A PRESUPPORTED OPTION LIKE WITH THE SKELETONS. I WISH THAT HAD BEEN STIPULATED ON THE FILE PRIOR TO BUYING IT.

    January 30, 2021
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    Belguard

    Cannot Be Printed Properly w/ Filament

    Honest Opinion:
    There are areas of this model that print well. However there are also areas that will not print properly using filament, and others that are super easy to break just in general, let alone while removing supports.

    Other info:
    Disclaimer: this model was originally intended to be printed in resin, and I printed it using filament instead. In order to do this, I had to enable supports. The following may not occur when printed in resin.

    I actually tried to print this model several different times, because the tree supports kept collapsing under the weight of the lower part of the shield, resulting in a mangled print. I also tried non-tree supports, and while they did not collapse, they wound up being impossible to remove.

    The staff is also really easy to break just in general, but also when removing supports from the nearby areas. Luckily I was able to repair it enough for photos. A slight thickening of the pole might help.

    From a creative standpoint, you can cut off the mangled part of the shield and make it look like it was burned off with fire or acid instead, but if you’re expecting to have footsoldiers that match have matching gear to all the other guard models, it doesn’t seem like that can be done with a filament printer at this time. I will gladly update this review when an update to the stl file is issued.

    Printer Used:
    Ender 3 Pro w/ modifications

    Resin / Filament Used:
    Inland PLA White (1.75mm)

    Slicing Software Used:
    Cura

    Slicer Settings:
    Layer Height: 0.12 mm
    Line Width: 0.4 mm
    Infill Density: 30%
    Infill Pattern: Gyroid
    Printing Temperature: 200 C
    Build Plate Temperature: 60 C
    Print Speed: 50 mm/s
    Enable Retraction: True
    Support Type: Tree

    November 12, 2020
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