Corvus Games Terrain Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What happens when I buy an STL file?

A: When you purchase the STL terrain you'll receive a download link to a zip file at checkout. You'll also receive an email to confirm your order along with a link to where you can download your files.

Q: What settings should I use when printing my terrain?

A: Generally it's best to print all our terrain at .2 layer height. It gives great quality prints while not comprising on speed. You could print at .1 but there isn't a massive jump in quality to warrant the drop in speed.

Q: Can i re-sell/share Corvus Games Terrain files and/or prints?

A: No, please don't. You're more than welcome to make as many prints for your own personal use as you like. But it's definitely not cool to sell or re-distrubute the files or to sell the prints. 

Q: How long will my printed order take?

A: I try to ship printed models within 10 business days of ordering. Some terrain pieces may take longer, depending on the amount of pieces to be printed in the order.

Q: I love your models, but how much will shipping cost?

A: It really depends on the final printed weight and the destination to which the models will be shipped. All pieces will be shipped from Ireland. Contact me for a more detailed price estimate.

Q: I don't see a printed version of a model on the site. How can I get one?

A: I'm working on getting all of the STLs available as printed files. As you might imagine it takes quite some time to get models printed, painted, and written about. If there's a particular model you'd like printed, email me and I can give you an estimated price on the order.

Q: What type of printer are the models designed for?

A: Generally speaking, everything is designed with FDM printing in mind. That's not to say that they won't/can't print on a resin type machine, but it's not where my print knowledge lies. I can't offer any assistance in ensuring that the models will print correctly on SLA printers.

Q: Do you offer print licenses to sell printed models?

A: Currently my licensed print roster is full.