So I basicly made a long term promise to the group to 3d print 2 tables worth of modular terrain, one table based on a abondoned underwater base and the other based on a Haqqislam trading station in space. Besides that I also promised to make some city tiles to play on. To give you guys a idea, here is the description I've given the guys at my local group; Abandoned underwater base Lots of narrow hallways connected to large dome structures. Some domes will be quite open while others are tight and filled with corridors and rooms. Some area’s are flooded or give access to water, allowing troops with Aquatic terrain to traverse large sections of the game table relatively unharmed. This is probably the most difficult to make, requiring a lot of parts for the domes and probably the one requiring the most storage space. However it’s also the one I’m most excited about. Space cargo docks Welcome to alharir alsuwq, the silk markets. This is the place where the silk and all other valuable commodities are brought into orbit and sold to the highest bidder. Once a well-organized place, due to rapid growth and expansion it has grown out to a maze of container storage facilities, catwalks and office space. Very straightforward this one, just wall sections and connectors on the first level using sliding dovetails with the option to screw on the walls for the second floor using din 912 bolts. Not entirely sure how I’m going to connect the catwalks yet. I have the option to either: bolt them into the first floor using the same din 912 bolts, add a hook so they hook into the second floor and stay clamped between the 2 floors during play or just print them as part of the second floor. Besides the modular table I plan to make a couple of 3d city tiles to place on the bare green boards were currently playing on. I probably bit of more then I can chew, but whatever. I probably start working on it on saturday and will see how far it goes. Still have a lot of time before I can afford a 3d printer.