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Settlers in Space (Catan) (Multi-Color)
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Sep 06, 2017 01:12
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Space: The Final Frontier
Explore the depths of the universe and challenge your relationships with your friends with Settlers in Space, a Catan-style board game.
Foundry (Resource), produces Ti
Space Pirate (Robber)
Black Hole (Center)
Space Links (Roads)
Board Rim A
Board Rim B
Blank Tiles (for you to design your own pieces!)
Settlers in Space was printed on single-extruder printers with Palette+. Printed on a Series 1 Pro from Type A Machines.
Mostly 0.2mm (exceptions listed below)
Note: File names include suggested colors and number of prints.
3x Bio (Resource)
3x H2O (Resource)
4x Core (Resource)
4x Foundry (Resource), produces 'Ti' (Titanium)
4x O2 (Resource)
1x Space Pirate (Robber)
1x Black Hole (Center)
15x Space Links (Roads) x 4 colors
5x Outpost (Settlement) x 4 colors
4x Base (City) x 4 colors
3x Board Rim A
3x Board Rim B
14 Suggested Filament Colors
Other 3D Prints
You can design your own pieces (e.g. resources, center piece) using the two Tile_BasePieceEmptyForYourDesign_* models.
File names show model grouping (e.g. 1of4), suggested colors, parts required
Most parts printed at 0.2mm with 3 top layers and 15% infill
5 parts require supports
Print domes at 0.1mm with clear filament in vase mode
Most printed at 100% scaling
Black Hole (center piece) printed at 98% X- and Y-axes for fit
GamePieces_Numbers and/or GamePieces_TradingChips should work at 100% but may require scaling down a bit (~98%?) to fit in the holes. Depends on your printer!
No brims (or parts may overlap)
May require a file to smooth some edges (like for the BoardRim) for optimal fit
1x of Development Cards (.pdf)
6x of Resource Cards (.pdf)
They're exactly like Catan!
1 Core + 1 Ti (from the Foundry) = 1 Space Link (Road)
1 Core + 1 Ti + 1 H2O + 1 O2 = 1 Outpost (Settlement)
2 H2O + 3 Bio = Base (City)
1 O2 + 1 H2O + 1 Bio = Development Card
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