OK, so these images aren't 3D prints but they are the reason I have been spending WAY too much time and effort collecting/printing (and now painting) so much scenery.
These are the parts that Games Workshop sell for their Shadow War: Armageddon game. I got these in the original promotional boxed version of the game but you can now buy them separately.
They come in pieces on large plastic sprues and anyone who has ever built a model tank/plane should have no difficulty assembling them.
I chose to not fully glue all of the parts together because (a) I want to be able to fairly easily rearrange them into different layouts and (b) once you see the final shots of the fully assembled thing you'll realise just how bloody big the thing is and you have to try and store it somewhere!
Another piece of the kit. This time disturbingly phallus-like...
This is the two previous parts combined in a possible combo.
Another combo of bits. Two stacked and one 'plugged in' to the side.
Here's where it starts getting silly...
That is three sections - two end platforms and a central walkway.
There is a ridiculous amount of detailing on all of the bits (painting this is going to be a love/hate relationship) and it comes in at over three feet in length.
By the way, that box in the background is an 84 litre storage container and it's struggling to contain the Sci-Fi scenery I've been working on.
Here's a shot of one end showing off some of the detail both above and below the pieces.
And here's a shot of the other end - complete with 'Sid the Skull' as the Ad Mech would (never) call their loading servitor.
Lastly, here it all is in one of many different layouts.
I've added in my remixed dome structure for comparison and somehow an Orkboy has managed to sneak on top of it to give a sense of size.
A saltbeard Grognard who's glad he never grew up enough to lose his imagination.