Biomechanical Corridor Tile Set - Lost Bio-Lab
Keep frosty people, we have never seen this before...What's that noise?
THE LOST BIO-LAB - Biomechanical Corridor Tile Set - STL
A range of modular 3D printable terrain tiles compatible with the OpenLOCK system, forming a sci-fi dungeon complex.
As the thing grew and spread throughout the complex it started to devour the very structure, replacing it with its own bony structure infused with the very fabric of the complex.
This Giger inspired tile set allows you to create a weaving maze of terrifying corridors that your marines or grunts can worm their way through….what they will find is anyone’s guess, there is only one way to find out.
See the flash fiction: Breakthrough at the Bio-Lab for a bit of background on what happened here.
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This STL file set is designed for FDM Printers and print with a 0.4mm nozzle at 0.2mm layer height
Supports are not needed for these models.
These tiles are designed for 28mm table top games such as:
Space hulk, Advanced Space Crusade, Tyranid Attack, AVP: The hunt begins, Necromunda, Fallout Wasteland, Infinity, Konflikt ‘47, Kill Team, WH40k, and Judge Dredd. It also adds flavour to RPG’s such as SLA Industries and Paranoia!
We have taken inspiration from H.R. Giger and Tyranids from GW. While we haven't copied their designs, we hope the style pays homage to them and will fit with game systems using similar concepts.
It is not recommended to rescale these file but if you wish to then see our blog post ‘notes on scales’ about resizing STL files.
Some of the images supplied are computer generated and are for reference. They are images of the files that will be 3D printed.
Digital Taxidermy has worked using the OpenLOCK templates as the basis for this tile set, this should mean that our tiles will fit with other OpenLOCK compatible products.
We have been granted an OpenLOCK BSD license.
This license is not an endorsement by Printable Scenery, and Printable Scenery does not accept any liability for variations of the OpenLOCK system.