This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Wed, August 8 2018 10:15 PM UTC +00:00.
DungeonTiles.net has been created to introduce magnetic modular terrain tiles for building towns and dungeons.
Each piece is fully modular so you can create anything from small houses to large thriving taverns or small dungeon rooms to a thriving maze to get lost in.
How Does it work?
All DungeonTiles.net pieces work by connecting each piece magnetically to the others, so that once its created in the design that you want, you can move it around as a whole without bumping or breaking it.
Each pledge will incur extra costs for shipping depending on your location. New Zealand Pledges shipping costs will be cheaper than the rest of the world.
For each small house type pledge you can choose to have either wood or stone. All Pieces come unpainted.
The towns come unpainted with the described pieces in the images:
The Dungeon Pledges come with what is in the images below Unpainted:
If pledges come with bonus items, these are the images of them below
So Come with us on this journey to create the best 3d printed customizable dungeon tiles you can get.
Risks and challenges
We have the capabilities to deliver all pledges. The speed at which we will be able to do this purely depends on how many more printers we are able to purchase. The more printers we can purchase, the faster we can print and deliver each pledge.
The models displayed in the demo video were printed at a layer print thickness of 0.2mm. With our new printer we have been able to get this down to .15mm at a similar speed. This will result in a better quality model for you.
The printers we are more than likely going to order are the Prusa i3 MK3 printers as they give a great speed/resolution/cost ratio. There is approximately a 1 month order time on their printer kits as you can view here: https://help.prusa3d.com/l/en/article/6OdtbKF1bw-mk-3-shipping-information
Once we see the kickstarter has reached its pledge goal, we will begin ordering printers before the kickstarter finishes, so that by the time the kickstarter finishes we should be close to getting the printers.
Just having printers isn't the only thing we need. we also need a lot of plastic to print all those orders. We will need to test the plastic from a few companies to see if it holds up the detail we require to print. Once we have found the best plastic company for the job we will order all the plastic required to finish the kickstarter. We have weighed each piece to know how much plastic each piece costs and have taken these costs into consideration with each pledge.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter