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The Lumbermill

USD $14.97

This Lumbermill features a large open courtyard with a walkway overlooking it. There are two interior rooms on the first and second floor as well as double doors that open to the riverside. The giant waterwheel attaches to the exterior or can be used independently (a complete version and a version that is cut-off at the waterline are both included). As well, a separate burning stack is included in this set which can be used as part of the lumbermill or elsewhere if you want.

  • Includes separate burner stack and two versions of the giant waterwheel (can be used independently of the lumbermill if desired).
  • 8″ x 8″ (203 x 203) bed size recommended
  • Prints at 28mm, can be rescaled before printing
  • Includes FDM pre-supported versions of all files
  • Includes resin pre-supported versions of the included cogs and levers
  • Includes unsupported versions of files for resin printing

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Description

This 3D printable Lumbermill is part of the Torbridge Cull 3D printed terrain set

“I remember when the mill did only honest work; back when the ‘Cull was showered with endless favours from the throne. Now it sometimes seems the mill only operates to act as a cover for those villians the Cawg Gang. Be careful if you venture close adventurer, the Cawg Gang doesn’t take kindly to interlopers, and more than a few souls have disappeared while sneaking a peak at their operations.” – Devon Riverson, aged wharf rat 

This legitimate business also acts as a front for the illicit activities of the Cawg Gang. A two story operation, the mill features a semi-enclosed yard with lots of room for sawing as well as a walkway above the yard and an office (for legit bookkeeping of course). The Cawg Gang isn’t that interested in keeping the mill in top-shape so signs of wear and tear give the mill an overall dilapidated appearance. The mill also attaches to a huge water wheel that supplies more than enough power to run all of the machines (one wonders where all the excess power is diverted too…).

Add this 3D printable lumbermill to your tabletop collection today!

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