Urban Sherman Avenue Subway Metro Station Digital STL 3D printable

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This 3D printable underground metro platform with subway car and newsstand building comes with over 20 files to create a huge metro platform area to fight over. Perfect for urban settings like Fallout, Last Days, The Walking Dead All Out War, and compatible with Marvel Crisis Protocol. 

Includes a newsstand small building, ticket machines, bench, trashcan, pillars, a stairwell and an escalator.

The platform sections print as a top and simple understructure allowing a higher area than track level. Tracks and platforms interconnect to form longer sections.

** When printing to be compatible with Marvel Crisis Protocol, the overall finished board size will be slightly larger than 3x3. You can substitute the table edge pieces with the Single Edge pieces to reduce the overall table width to approx. 3’ 0.25”

The Subway car comes as both a single piece (upper & lower), and a split file to accommodate average size beds. Pieces will need to be glued. Finished length of the subway car is 347mm.

The platform is a great alternative to the usual overground battles and is a nice addition to the printable Subway Entrance.

Dimensions:

Subway Car - 58mm x 174mm x 51mm
Track Length - 89mm x 192mm x 6mm
Platform Section - 110mm x 182mm x 6mm
Newsstand Lower - 50mm x 98mm x 52mm
Newsstand Roof - 50mm x 98mm x 9mm
Escalator - 72mm x 152mm x 82mm
Stairwell - 73mm x 126mm x 82mm
Bench - 53mm x 16mm x 19mm
Trashcan - 11mm x 11mm x 19mm
Ticket Machine - 23mm x 16mm x 39mm
Support Columns - 37mm x 37mm x 84mm

Track, Platforms, Stairwell, Escalator, Wall, Sign, Subway Car don't need to be scaled for Marvel Crisis Protocol. However, the scatter pieces and newsstand should be scaled to 126% to be compatible with Marvel Crisis Protocol.

Recommended printing resolution - 0.2mm. All files can be printed on a 200mm x 200mm print bed. Supports not needed.
Everything is ready to throw into your slicer of choice and start printing.