Sector Corvus Prime is a huge set of easily configurable pieces designed for FDM printers, all tried and tested, and designed to print without supports on average home 3D printers.
How it works
It’s all very simple really. The system is based on four core components - floor supports, support struts, wall panel tiles, and roof surround panels.
The struts clip into the the floor component, providing the shell of the structure. The wall panels then slot into the grooves in the struts. The roof surround panel locks them all into place, and finally, the roof plate fits into the roof surround to finish it all off. But here’s where the beauty of modularity kicks in. It’s a simple matter of adding another floor component on top of the walls, instead of the roof surround, to create an upper storey to the building. You could keep going and build a further storey and put a massive structure on the gaming table. Each wall panel is different, so no two structures need to look the same.
What's in the Kickstarter
So far, there are over 125 digital STL files ready to go, all test printed successfully.
There will be three Pledge Levels available, each offering varying degrees of complexity and differing amounts of models. So hopefully something to suit everyone's budget.
The Pledge Levels are as follows:
The Industroplex - great for creating factory underhive type structures with plenty of variation in design. €27 / $30 approx
The Chemplex - a more in-depth addition to The Industroplex set, with more models and greater variety. Includes platform walkways, chemical vats, pipelines. €36 / $40 approx
ALL IN: The Habplex - everything in the previous two pledges plus a whole host of extra walls, floors and roof models enabling you to create habitation and official type buildings. €45 / $50 approx
Some sample builds using Sector Corvus Prime
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