I would like to introduce more map-based props (figures, terrain, obstacles, etc.) into my game. In particular, I'd like to be able to use a 3D printer to make props specific to whatever encounters a game session demands. While I know that Thingiverse has some nice gaming models, it still seems a bit limited as of now, especially as applied to gaming. Does there exist a good resource for printable models useful in tabletop gaming?
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Well I was going to point you to thingiverse and the modular wall system that's up there, but that's the first thing in your link.
I do have some generic useful things to know if you're looking into 3D printing for gaming.