I have promised to make and publish the furniture / accessories for my free and supportless 3D printable Warehouse, so today I present you with all of them. In short they are the crane, barrel, box, wooden crate, crate with potions or bottles, some packed goods and a chest. Of course any one of them can be used on other locations (not only in the storage house) – like merchant house / cart / wagon, the market place, the docks, smugglers base and so on.
So let us start with the first one.
Under the roof there is the crane. Since I wanted to make some realistic medieval and fantasy style crane for my warehouse, I decided to research a bit the real life options. So after a long Internet search, I start making the design and during the whole process of sculpting I amended it several times. So finally the crane became a small one that is hand operated. Of course I found other that were operated by people being inside who roll the wheel, but here the operator is not a slave. Just a simple crane operator from the village or may be the son of the warehouse owner?!
And since this is a complex thing, I created two versions for the STL files.
The first one is for the resin printers. It is made in one piece, but have two options: (1) clean and assembled version with no supports and (2) pre-supported one.
The other version for the STL files is for the FDM printers. And since I wanted to make a supportless crane and it is quite complex, I decided to divided it into several parts. After they are printed it is easy to assemble the crane. But to be more precise – see the pictures bellow for instructions on how to make it.
First you have to glue (I use super glue) both parts of the middle wheel with the rope and hook. And in other to have them aligned – use the crane axles for the small and big wheel. You can glue them in the middle or let them free and glue them later.
Meanwhile you can glue to one of the frames the beams. I have designed to have three, but you can make as much as you like.
After that put the central wheel over the frame and align it with the axles. Here you can glue the axles to the wheel (if you did not done this in the first step) and the frame. Glue the other frame too.
And finally put the handler and glue it too.
If you do not want to glue that many parts but have FDM printer – try to print it at one go with the pre-supported version or you can manually put the support yourself on the clear option.
The next thing in the accessories list is the box crate. This is a big one and have two parts – body and lid. I have made them this way so that can be openable, but you can glue the lid to the body if you need a solid one. And since they are all supportless the base of the box crate is flat – to print well on the bed, and that is why there are no details on the bottom.
The next thing for the warehouse is another crate. Smaller with several shimmering nails hammered on the sides to keep the planks in place. Here again the idea was to have an openable item, so this accessories is again body and lid. Plus flat bottom for supportless printing.
And of course next comes the barrel. Standard wood planks with metal rings and nails or bolts. You can print the main part and have it full with things or let it empty. Or you can print the lid too and use it to make it covered. And again flat bottom for supportless printing 🙂
The most interesting things from all the items (according to me of course) are the next two accessories: (1) the special crate with potions or if you like it better – with bottles, and (2) the packed goods.
The idea for the first one was to have something new and fresh for the goods in the storage house. The overall design was to have small wooden crate divided into several sections where different by size and design potions / bottles are placed. And again since this is a supportless item the bottom is flat and ready for printing 🙂
The second interesting thing from these accessories are the packed goods. Here the idea was to have some items packed in linen cloth with texture and tied with a twine rope. And since I liked the idea very much I made two different items. One is small and tied with two ropes only. The other one is much bigger and have more ropes to keep the goods in place 🙂 However, since I like the final result, here I decided to offer again two options for printing. One is with a flat bottom for FDM supportless printing. The other option is the full version of the packs but with not a flat bottom – targeting the resin printing. So here again I made two variants – one without supports and a second one – pre-supported.
And finally comes the chest. It is quite a simple one – wood planks with some metal binding elements and many bolts / nails. Again is printed into two parts to save material, but you can glue the lid over the body.
And that is pretty much about all the goods and accessories for the warehouse. Of course you can use all the furniture from the first house here in this warehouse or use these items to any other locations or purpose 🙂
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You can download for FREE for personal use only these warehouse accessories from HERE
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