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Anybody get a "check id fail" in the window? 

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My Dungeon Tiles. So I have been thinking about doing this for a long time because if you Love RPG games and have a 3D printer then it's going to happen. I made the tiles 50mm square (2" x 2") so that they would be compatible with the other stuff out there like Dwarven Forge, Open Forge and Dragon Lock. I made the actual squares 23mm so I would have a nice well defined square with a gap for the mini's to stand on. The pieces look nicer, like what you might see in a well made temple. Each stone is cut to look like it's neighbor and the floor is smooth and even. I am printing them in gray PLA and planning to make more tiles like the curved corner, the big curved corner and each piece with a doorway cut into it as well as pillars.
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My Dungeon Tiles. So I have been thinking about doing this for a long time because if you Love RPG games and have a 3D printer then it's going to happen. I made the tiles 50mm square (2" x 2") so that they would be compatible with the other stuff out there like Dwarven Forge, Open Forge and Dragon Lock. I made the actual squares 23mm so I would have a nice well defined square with a gap for the mini's to stand on. The pieces look nicer, like what you might see in a well made temple. Each stone is cut to look like it's neighbor and the floor is smooth and even. I am printing them in gray PLA and planning to make more tiles like the curved corner, the big curved corner and each piece with a doorway cut into it as well as pillars.
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My Dungeon Tiles. So I have been thinking about doing this for a long time because if you Love RPG games and have a 3D printer then it's going to happen. I made the tiles 50mm square (2" x 2") so that they would be compatible with the other stuff out there like Dwarven Forge, Open Forge and Dragon Lock. I made the actual squares 23mm so I would have a nice well defined square with a gap for the mini's to stand on. The pieces look nicer, like what you might see in a well made temple. Each stone is cut to look like it's neighbor and the floor is smooth and even. I am printing them in gray PLA and planning to make more tiles like the curved corner, the big curved corner and each piece with a doorway cut into it as well as pillars.
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Does anyone use Simply 3D with the Finder?

Anyone having issues with there Flashforge Dreamer Extruding. It is not clogged, it just stops. I can feel the extruded biting at the filament and If I push the filament in it starts working but stops as soon as I stop pushing.

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I made some Meeple earrings for my wife. She loves them, but said she's only wearing them to conventions and maybe game night.
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I made some Meeple earrings for my wife. She loves them, but said she's only wearing them to conventions and maybe game night.
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Makes me wonder, what sort of ruins could be hiding on (or under) the ground in 2300AD, on already inhabited worlds? Lost Eber cities hiding under forests on distant worlds? Xiang super-hives? Ancient Sung civilisations? Forgotten human pioneer settlements and failed colony sites? Not all ruins have to be exposed and accessible after all (or deep in space or on uninhabited worlds), and things like this show that you need to really know where to look (or just find them by pure fluke).
http://gizmodo.com/teen-discovers-lost-maya-city-using-ancient-star-maps-1775735999
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