Another flood of new pictures/updates now that I have my Fuji Finepix sorted out.
First up we have some stairways that I found on Thingiverse.
These are just about the right height to link up with the walkways that span the Gothic Sci-Fi pipeline bits from Printable Scenery.
These were actually modelled at 15mm but by scaling them up by 180%, they're good to go for 28mm. The stairway is one part and the two handrails/barriers print separately and just superglue into place.
Printed on the Cetus in PLA at 0.2mm layer height and with a 13% infill.
This is a really nice piece. It's also not for the fainthearted because it's a single print item and that's an A4 cutting mat it's sitting on (marked in cm). For that reason, these could only be printed on my CR-10, the Cetus was JUST too small although if you wanted to rescale the model a touch that would work. I used PLA laid down in a 0.2mm layer height with a 10% infill.
The rectangular thing lying next to it is actually an insert that goes into the slots embedded in the walls above the door and windows. That means that you can apply blast doors/shutters or if you were to cut out some similar shaped pieces of plastic such as used by overhead projectors (whoops, there's my age showing again!) you could simulate glass.
Those stairs at the back lead up to the next floor.
Here's the upper floor, although there's absolutely nothing to stop you printing more of them and turning this two-floored building into a multi-level hab block!
Again, the windows and door out onto the balcony are all slotted ready for inserts if desired.
Finally, here's the stacked building, crowned by its roof section.
Here is an alternative shot because the first one hides the lower floor.
This power pylon was printed in PLA on the Creality CR-10 using a 0.2mm layer height and 10% infill.
A saltbeard Grognard who's glad he never grew up enough to lose his imagination.