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Crossing the Chasm

Crossing the Chasm

STL (3D Model)

The initial 3D-printable Chasm release brought much more appealing models to add a lower level of caverns to your maps.  Several supporting sets have included various types of bridges over the chasm, from wooden to stone. But, what about a more natural crossing?  This set includes several chasm and cavern pieces with stepping stone columns to traverse the chasm. (Don’t worry, the stirges won’t attack until you’re on the middle step.)

As before, the Chasm models in this set stick up far enough to make a smooth edge with an upper level of tiles.  You can either rest the upper level on a lower level of tiles, or use the Dragonbite Tiles Risers to support the upper level.

Note that three of the pieces have watery bottoms.  They are intended for use with the Wet Chasms set.

Thumbnails of tiles in the set

Typical Crossing the Chasm layout, including Chasm pieces and FDG Cavern Starter Set pieces:

Sample layout

Recommended Print Settings:

  • Layer Size: 0.15mm, or 0.1mm for finer detail
  • Infill: 10% for all models recommended
  • Top/Bottom Layers: 6 (or 0.9mm if using a different layer size than 0.15mm)
  • Side Shell Count: 2 (or 0.8mm if using a different nozzle size than 0.4mm)
  • Raft/Brim/Supports: none

Related Sets:

  • Chasm -- the original set with chasm-style walls and corners (some included in the sample layout above)
  • Wet Chasm -- chasm pieces with water at the bottom, matching the water pieces in this set
  • Cavern Starter Set -- the cavern models these sets are based on (some included in the sample layout above)
  • Dragonbite Tile Risers -- to support the upper-level tiles in a chasm layout
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Michael S July 11, 2019 12:21 am UTC
Awesome idea
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This title was added to our catalog on July 05, 2019.