FDM Printers Are Great For Making D&D Scatter. Here Are My Top 9 Free STL Files.
If you have an FDM printer (like the great Ender 3 Pro), chances are you’ve been a bit disappointed with the results for printed miniatures. They’re better than nothing, but after getting our very own resin printer (the Anycubic Photon S), my craggly, face-melted FDM minis don’t feel as special.
Scatter, however, is a perfect use case for an FDM printer. Tables, chairs, trees, piles of bones… objects like these add awesome ambience to a D&D map and don’t require a fine level of detail. As such, they can be printed quickly. Building a small collection of these pieces will really elevate a D&D table.
3D print file repositories can be a little disorganized, so I’ve compiled a list of my favorite 3D printed scatter pieces for your convenience:
Library Shelving by user JenniferG
28mm Bar Back and Accessories by user Curufin
Viking Goods Pile by user dutchmogul
Delving Décor: Wolf Throne (28mm/Heroic Scale) by user dutchmogul
Wine Rack by user Toawi
Open Forge Tavern Bread Oven by user devonjones
Bone Pile – Tabletop Scatter Terrain by user M3DM
Two Wheel Flat top Cart – D&D Scatter by user zachfejes
Chest by user Toawi