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Von Calisson,

Do you fancy to print 3D your own model parts for T9A?
Well, you're not alone.

In PR team, we would be happy to establish the T9A brand in 3D printing circles where many tabletop gamers search for and share models for their games (like Warhammer and D&D). One of the biggest and most well-known sites is Thingiverse - a free to use platform for sharing 3D models - and there are some T9A items present as well but with just a little bit of effort we can make all T9A-related items easier to find and also promote the project better. A good place to start, in other words.

So what we've done is we've create a zip that contains instructions for Best Practices for uploading to Thingiverse and all files and samples they might need. Following these instructions ensures that all of us who upload our models to Thingiverse share a common format, making it easier for others to find our work. Here's an example of what it looks like on Thingiverse.

If you're interested in 3D Printing in The Ninth Age, Little Joe already has a good thread for asking questions, discussion or sharing ideas.

Typically in T9A "let's do it ourself" spirit!
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