SummaryOpenForge 2.0 Building this set, I realized a new strength of the external tile set over the former edge tiles. The 0.5 versions of the tile can be glued separately from other parts on the cut stone base. I've included some examples of how you can use this to make doorways for halls, but I expect this approach in the future will make external tiles super flexible for building all kinds of tile combinations. Want a corner with a door on one side and a window on the other? This approach means we can do that. I've included below some examples of me using this technique. You can also of course print the door tiles in a full range of sizes like normal. Don't forget that if you want to have the door open the other direction, just print it mirrored on the x axis. Also I noticed when I had this setting next to each other in my painting station before I added doors, lining these up next to each other with no door makes for a fairly nice colonnade. OpenForge is now a patron supported project. I use the resources that my patrons give me in order to get the resources to let me create more sophisticated tiles with a greater level of detail. Please, support me, and I’ll deliver an ongoing stream of awesome gaming terrain.Post-PrintingInstructionsFor assembly instructions, painting videos and other extra information, see the instructions on the cut-stone wall.Making a cut-stone 1 door corridorTo assemble a corridor with a single door, print: A 2x2 cut stone external corridor base from the [http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1522592](external corridor) set a 2x2 [http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1484966](cut stone external wall tile) a 2x0.5 doorway from this set. a rounded door from this set. my gut is that most hallways have doors that open out, so I position the doorway piece so that the hinge opens out.Assembling a single door corridorMaking a cut-stone 2 door corridorTo assemble a corridor with a door on both sides door, print: A 2x2 cut stone external corridor base from the [http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1522592](external corridor) set a 2x2 [http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1422779](cut stone floor tile) Two 2x0.5 doorways from this set. Two rounded doors from this set. Assembling a double door corridorYou can also just use a normal doorway tile with a wall tile to add a door for a corridor if you don't mind showing that there is at least some squares behind the door.