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I want to combine these buildings into one

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You could stack the ones on the left on top of the building on the right.

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I should sketch up my layout out of primitives. Dimensions of the parts? Your building parts are really always awesome

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Dimensions from left to right:
1) 35mm wide, 46.5mm deep, 94mm tall
2) 36.5mm wide, 59.75mm deep, 73mm tall
3) 58.5mm wide, 58.25mm deep, 66mm tall
4) 95.5mm wide, 95.5mm deep, 45mm tall

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A quick experiment, been very intrigued by the notion of MicroHulk, a pocket version of Space Hulk, so I started out trying to make some modular 75mm x 75mm tiles...

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That would be handy. Was thinking about the anycubic mono x to start printing terrain pieces, but then I saw the prices... This I could do on my photon S. Chances of playing someone in the near future are still slim though so...

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Hmm, Covid-19 has indeed been messing up a lot of gaming opportunities. However, there is now a growing movement of solo-gaming and other means of 'playing apart'. In theory the latter would kinda work like playing chess at a distance: both have the same table set up with the same miniatures (or markers).

In the meantime...

The walls allow for all sorts of bits to be crammed in them:
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So whilst the tiles themselves are pretty set and standard, I have been making a wide array of possible wall setups:
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I'd also like to develop theme based bits...

Library:
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The library kit current consists of 4 wall bits (each containing different stacks of books) and a cogitator bank. I'd probably would like to add some separate piles of books that have been dropped on the ground.

Sickbay:
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This kit currently consists of a med-bed, cogitator bank, and locker. I'd like to add another wall panel with a surgical servo arm mounted on it, and maybe another bed variant that has some sort of MRI scan device on it. I'm still in doubt whether I should do the bodies of the patients separately or as part of the bed.

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