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A complete, 3D printable, fortified medieval monastery for tabletop gaming. Includes Church, Scriptorium, Abbot's House, and more.
A complete, 3D printable, fortified medieval monastery set for tabletop gaming. Includes Church, Scriptorium, Abbot's House, PLUS 20 Unlocked Stretch Goals bringing the set to over 70 Individual Now delivering and available for sale.
A complete, 3D printable, fortified medieval monastery set for tabletop gaming. Includes Church, Scriptorium, Abbot's House, PLUS 20 Unlocked Stretch Goals bringing the set to over 70 Individual Now delivering and available for sale.
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    1. Andrew Y
      about 15 hours ago

      Just finished printing out the Abbot's House. You guys did an amazing job designing these models. The print came out beautifully. I can't wait to print out the rest of the set. Thank you!

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      Greg Schaal about 20 hours ago

      That worked guys! Thanks for the quick reply.

    3. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator about 20 hours ago

      @ Greg - I'm going to create an account for you and you should be getting a notice to set up a password for you account very soon. :)

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      Greg Schaal about 20 hours ago

      Okay so I found my survey response in my deleted folder so I did fill out the survey so hopefully it is just an error that you guys can correct soon. I am super excited to start printing these models.

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      Greg Schaal about 20 hours ago

      Folks, I just sent an e-mail as I have not received my download link as of yet. Not sure I filled out the survey but perhaps that is the problem.

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      Franky Notsam about 21 hours ago

      My timing, as always, is impeccable then.

    7. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator about 21 hours ago

      @ Franky - They'll be literally out of stock for 5 minutes. LOL! Just adding a file to the zip. :)

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      Franky Notsam about 21 hours ago

      The scriptorium stl files are out of stock? Are you reworking those, or is there another issue I'm encountering?

    9. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator 3 days ago

      @ JR West @ Aerlith - Hopefully this issue is resolved for you now and you have access to the site. Please let me know if that's not the case and we'll clear it up (

      @ Richard Sorder - Great and detailed review of your printing process and some excellent notes on what we can do to enhance what we're doing. Cheers. :)

    10. Richard Sorden
      3 days ago

      Hi everyone. I just printed my first part from this set, specifically the first level of the Gatehouse (WWA_GTHS_LV1.stl), and I thought I'd share my experience. I used a Prusa i3 MK3 (factory-built) printer and Hatchbox 1.75mm PLA (white). I used Simplify3D to slice the model. I used the same basic settings I use for the some more detailed models put out by PrintableScenery - .2mm layer height, 10% infill, 4 top/bottom layers, 2 outer/perimeter shells. Since the model had some fine details (the torch sconces), I decided to play it safe slow the print down significantly - I lowered the default print speed to 55mm/s (I normally use 60-80mm/s depending on the model) and lowered the X/Y axis movement speed to 70mm/s (I normally use 90-100mm/s). Lastly, I also used a raft (and not a brim) since the lowest layers of the print are rock-textured and I didn't want to futz around with cleaning/removing the brim later. The print took about 20 hours with those settings. All-in-all, the print turned out pretty awesome - just a few sagging strands under the archways that had to be cleaned up. If I ever print that part ever again, I will probably bump the infill up to 15% to give it more overall heft. However, I can easily see a lot of folks having issues with such a large, detailed print, especially in regards to the fragility of the torch sconces. Also, although I appeciate the built-in supports, I have a feeling they aren't going to be sufficient for some folks - going foward, when I print thje second level I am going to add my own supports to the window and door openings, for example. Also, I think the first level would probably best be printed in 3 pieces by, say, splitting the model horizontally right below the bottom of the torch sconces - that way, there would be two simpler, supportless left and right sections to print and a shortened, more complex finishing "cap" piece with the arches and torches (also, the torches would begin printing faster, revealing speed problems quicker and allowing the print to be stopped or dynamically adjusted without too much lost time/material). Lastly, I think it would be helpful if Infinite Dimensions enhanced the instructional PDF with the details of the specific printer(s), slicer, and slicer settings (as screen shots) that they used to print each model/part. I hope this is helpful to everyone.

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      Aerlith Kinspirit 3 days ago

      I tried to use the suggested method in the Update to reset my password, but I receive an error message when clicking on the link. Any help in getting logged in to download the files would be appreciated!

    12. JR West /Dark Dwarves Games
      4 days ago

      Has the download script been sent out yet? I have never recieved mine,

    13. Dave Garaffa 4 days ago

      Fantastic 1st kickstarter very much looking forward to your NEXT production you guys are the best!

    14. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator 4 days ago

      @ Klangark - the email I just sent bounced back. Can you please provide another email (perhaps it was mistyped in the survey) to ? Thank you.

    15. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator 4 days ago

      @ Klangark - I'll send you a link so you can get in.

    16. Klangark 4 days ago

      I never got the mail, what should I do?

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      Ryan Fitch
      5 days ago

      I haven't printed these yet, but looking at the stl they looking f'en amazing. The detail is great and I appreciate the easy to read instructions. Some companies that split their models into pieces don't take the time to make them easy for the customer to identify what to print. Built in supports and connector indents were an excellent addition, as well.

    18. Victor Moya 6 days ago

      Cant wait to start printing... Cant wait to get the lore material/stretch goals!

    19. JR West /Dark Dwarves Games

      Thanks for the update, can't wait to start printing!!!

    20. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      @Donatos - We had to make some last minute adjustments and have pushed back release til Sunday. Sorry for the delay.

    21. Donatos Aphael on

      So when are the files being delivered ? Was it not today ?

    22. Chevalier on


      Please excuse me if this has been asked somewhere in the nearly 400 comments before, but just as an idea in case it has not:

      It would be awesome if you guys could create a couple variations of templates for stained glass windows and whatever else would normally be windows. There are cheap CD-ROMs with these things made by Dover Publications with religious and other motives (King's hunting party) of the time. Having these turned into scalable files for stained glass windows would allow backers to print them out on transparent overhead projector foil and glue them from the inside of the wall into the window openings.

      When these are illuminated with micro LEDs (the smallest SMD ones are only 1 mm and could be used as candles in the church), it will look awesome in Christmas dioramas or the like.

      Just a thought, of course, and my apologies in case this topic has already been covered before. It's been a while since the campaign, so I hope it's o.k. to err on the side of caution. :-)

    23. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      @Sergyck - No files have been sent yet. We're hard at work here in the studio getting the core set ready for delivery and we're on schedule for August distribution. After the core set has been delivered we will begin work on the stretch goals which will be released as they are completed. :)

    24. Sergyck on

      Hi. Has any file been sent ?. I have not received anything since I confirmed my email and I do not know if it is my account problem or that nothing has been sent yet, thanks

    25. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      Ianquest, Ryan Fitch - Really appreciate the input and advantages pointed out. There are some great things about DrivethruRPG, however there are also drawbacks that make the model one we are not likely to use at this point. We are always open to the options, though at this time having the files on our own site seems the better option, especially for the long run.

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      Ryan Fitch

      @ianquest I have no evidence to contradict any of that, but I know I prefer Printable Scenery's website to drivethrurpg. They are a bit more established than infinite dimensions at this point so it wouldn't get as much traffic, but it would probably be harder to start your own website after becoming popular on a different one.

    27. ianquest

      @Infinite Making the files available on DrivethruRPG is a great idea - not only do they take care of all the fulfillment & bandwidth costs for downloads (you just have to supply coupon codes to backers), it gives you a high-profile platform for long-tail sales. In addition, all backers/purchasers get notified automatically when you update files, and it provides an easy central place for purchasers to recover/re-download lost files. If you keep them restricted to your website you get 100% of a lot fewer sales & a lot fewer people finding you for future purchases & finding out about future Kickstarters.

    28. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      Cairn12 - Thank you so much! We definitely place a high emphasis on quality and it's certainly true that the value of this Kickstarter is exceptional. We look forward to getting you your files and to seeing you as a backer in future projects. :)

      Russell 'Redjack' Petree - The files will be released through our website, As a backer you will have access to all files made available through the Wightwood Abbey Kickstarter.

    29. Cairn12

      @Infinite Dimensions - Guys, just wanted to thank you for creating this Kickstarter. Although I have not yet printed any of the pieces, my impression is that the quality is of the highest caliber, and the value (bang-for-the-buck) is also very, very high. So, I'm eager to receive these files and also very excited at the possibilities of what may be coming next. Keep up the good work and count on me to support any Kickstarter that you create. A job very well done !

    30. Russell 'Redjack' Petree

      Will the STL files be released at Drivethrurpg, or elsewhere?

    31. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      @ Anton - The core set .stl's will be sent out as soon as the interior modelling and any revisions are completed. We have set ourselves a deadline of August, but if we complete the files before then you'll get them as soon as they are ready. After the core set is released, we will begin working on the stretch goals and they will be sent out as each is completed.

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      Anton Sombetzki on

      Hey, I was wondering, could you give us an estimate when the first stl's will be released? Thanks and keep up the great work! Can't wait to print and paint my own :)

    33. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      @ Benjamin Walter - No problem. As for your next questions:

      a) The final footprint size for the abbey plus surrounding walls is still being tweaked, but it should fit within a 3'x3' table. Ideally for play the table would be bigger though to accommodate action outside the walls or room for papers, dice, etc.

      b)If you are referring to the very first picture on the campaign page, then yes, that is a render. However, I see no reason why LEDs could not be incorporated into the buildings once they are printed. At present this is not a design feature however, so it would have to be modded on an individual basis. If we eventually do a version with LEDs, we would certainly provide a tutorial.

      And you're welcome!

    34. Benjamin Walter on

      @Infinite Dimensions Games: Thank you for your answers. I have two other questions:

      a. How big is the whole abbey? Do you think a 3'x3' table will be big enough? Or should it be more like 4'x4' or even bigger?

      b.) Did you actually build the abbey with LED light insight or is it just a render? If you build it, can you provide a tutorial how it can be made?

      Thank you so much for your awesome work

    35. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      Hi folks. :)
      @ James DeGazio - For clarification, once you receive the .stl files they are yours and you can have them printed wherever you want. The only stipulation is that none of the prints you have made will be sold, as they are for your own personal use only (personal use license).

      @Benjamin Walter - 30mm is 7% bigger than 28mm, so scaling the models up 7% in your slicer would be an appropriate increase. When you get the files, try printing one at the larger size and see if that works for the Freebooter scale as "30mm" is different from game to game (as you probably know).

    36. James DeGazio on

      Thank-you Benjamin you are a star!

    37. Benjamin Walter on

      @James: The main campain page says: "Unless specifically noted in your pledge level, the rewards for this kickstarter will be delivered as .stl files for use with a home 3D printer or other 3D printing service." So by wordings of the campain you are allowed to make use of a printing service to get your personal copies of the buildings. As far as i get it the Service you choose is comlpeatly up to you. You just have to make sure that the files are not used by the Service you use to sell the models to other People than you. You could try to find a siutable service near you.

    38. James DeGazio on

      Hi again, I'm not being intentionally obtuse here and perhaps I am not familiar with the technical jargon or legal terminology but when you say "...access to a 3D printer (either your own or THROUGH a PRINTING SERVICE)" it does not qualify what service or stipulate by whom which stands to reason I could employ a PRINTING SERVICE to print my files for me. Help with this would be deeply appreciated.

    39. Benjamin Walter on

      How big do i have to print the stuff if I want to have it at a scale of 30mm (Freebooters Fate)?
      And can you give me dimensions how big the abby is when you print out everything?

    40. James DeGazio on

      Ok but a printing service that the company chooses or one I can choose? I live in Malaysia which makes it a bit challenging to get either but I would like the option to choose a local professional company.

    41. Christoffer Stilling on

      James, this is from terms and conditions:

      "...access to a 3D printer (either your own or through a printing service) is needed to take advantage of the rewards. "


    42. James DeGazio on

      I apologise for all the queries but I want to qualify something important.
      If I do not have a 3d printer I cannot take my files to a professional 3d printer service and have them done on my behalf? That doesn't seem very fair or reasonable. If I liaise with you the company who I wish to print for me that should be a negotiable alternative.

    43. James DeGazio on

      There was a problem processing my pledge. I have checked with my bank and there is sufficient funds. Are you having similar problems reported to you?

    44. James DeGazio on

      Thank-you for the response! I really appreciate your feedback.

    45. Infinite Dimensions Games Creator on

      @ James DeGazio - As @Baphomet said, likely more than most printers. I think a fair estimate is around $1,000.

    46. Baphomet

      Probably as much or more than buying a printer.

    47. James DeGazio on

      Anyone know how much it would actually cost (ballpark figure) to print out all the buildings professionally?

    48. James DeGazio on

      Anyone know how much it would actually cost (ballpark figure) to print out all the buildings professionally?

    49. Benjamin Walter on

      @sander van Beek: I own a original Prusa i3 MK2S and an Anycubic Photon

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