Catan pieces (Cities & Knights + Seafarers)

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Description

For more info on my entire Catan project please see my website: 3djoe.website

I love Catan and I love designing miniatures, but I hate cleaning printed parts.

I have spent months designing and tweaking each of these pieces with focus on:

  • Minimal cleaning (no supports, no retraction, no melting thins, all bottom layers chamfered)
  • Ease of printing (no brim, no raft, nothing too small or unstable)
  • Ruggedness
  • Adorableness
  • Ease of use in-game (e.g. knight activation by spinning, roads now much easier to grab and place...)

This set includes the pieces for Cities & Knights + Seafarers: Knights, City Walls, ships and Metropolis flags for the cities.

In total, each player color will need:

  • 15 Roads
  • 15 Ships
  • 5 Towns
  • 4 Cities (with flag hole)
  • 6 Knights, two of each level, 4 parts each
  • 3 City Walls

Then print the three yellow/blue/green Metropolis flags.

For printing: I recommend 0.8mm walls, 0.8 top/btm, and no infill. For the ships and knights, you might have to dial down your "minimal time spent on layer" setting...  Assembly of roads probably won't require glue, but superglue is your friend (use just one drop, even less if you can).To assemble the knights, first carefully push the color (eg yellow) into the body, and if it spins well you glue it on the base with some superglue (pretty much unbreakable with PLA). Then you just glue/snap on the level 1, 2 and 3 tops (depends on printer and material).

Best of luck!

Design Files

File Size

Catan2016_City01_w_flagHole.STL
1.89 MB
Catan2016_Knight01_base.STL
60.3 KB
Catan2016_Knight01_body.STL
972 KB
Catan2016_Knight01_color_x2.STL
1.25 MB
Catan2016_Knight01tops_L1.STL
198 KB
Catan2016_Knight01tops_L2.STL
1.49 MB
Catan2016_Knight01tops_L3.stl
10.8 MB
Catan2016_MetropoFlag01.STL
226 KB
Catan2016_Road01_body.STL
641 KB
Catan2016_Road01_sign.STL
45.2 KB
Catan2016_Ship01.STL
881 KB
Catan2016_Town01.STL
481 KB
Catan2016_Wall01.STL
634 KB

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