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Samurai Castle Walls Set

 Samurai Castle Walls Set

Samurai Castle Walls Set

A modular set of stone castle walls from old Japan, allowing you to create any size or layout of defensive structure. This set can be combined with the Samurai Castle, Samurai Castle Gatetower and Samurai Castle Corner Tower sets.


Each section measures 120mm x 120mm, and is approximately 75mm tall. Sections can be fitted with the textured tops to simulate earth or gravel, or the tops can be flipped over if you require smooth surfaces.


Sections can also be fitted with defensive walls (38mm high) and support posts, or low pine fences (20mm high), or just left empty.


This set contains straight sections, corner sections, inner corner sections, centre sections, and a double-width slope section with detailed stepped textures and an optional wooden gateway. The gates in the gateway can open or close if you use some spare filament in the 2mm holes (or a paper clip or brass rod etc), and the locking bar actually works. All sections can be connected using the small clips included in the set, or can be fitted with 5mm rare earth magnets for even greater convenience.


This downloadable ZIP file contains the following STL files :

  • 120mm straight section, with wall and fence options.
  • 120mm corner section, with wall and fence options.
  • 120mm inner corner section, with wall options.
  • 120mm centre section.
  • 240 x 120mm slope section (in two halves), with wall and fence options.
  • Wooden gateway
  • Upper wall support posts
  • Joining clips and pegs

* Samurai warrior models not included.

* Please note that the upper walls are not textured - they have been sprayed with stone-effect spray in the painted pictures above, prior to painting.


A double-width section of ruined castle wall is available separately.


Related blog articles:

  1. Designing the castle walls
  2. Printing the castle walls
  3. Adding magnets to models
  4. Painting the castle walls
  5. Castle Walls available NOW!!
  6. How to print floors with smooth surfaces on both sides

This product will be delivered as a .ZIP file pack containing STL files for use on a home 3D Printer. The files are set to 28mm scale but can be rescaled before printing.

  • All of the parts of this file can be printed on a 3D printer build plate of 150mm x 150mm (125mmx125mm for models released ~2023).
  • All parts have manifold (3D-printable geometry) and have been test printed.
  • Models designed for 28mm (1:64 scale) wargaming, but can be resized for other scales on your printer.
Samurai Castle Walls Set

$8.00 (USD)

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Just what I wanted, niece detail.

- by Doug

It's great, i've just printed few first sections. Now i just need to print walls, but I plan to print them with white PLA.

- by Piotr Szymkowiak

Great files.
Would love an option to have a printable wall cover for the inner pieces so they aren't open frame.

- by Brody

Our Comment...

Thanks for the review! Why not print a cut version of the wall section's front, so it's just the stones? You could use them for the back too, to cover the open frames.

Really liking the set but wish the "lower slope" piece could be a corner piece as well. As it is, you have to have a minimum of four walls to create the slope stairs to the top of the wall.

- by Christian

Our Comment...

Thanks for the comments, Christian! Do you mean on a left corner, so the gate is on the extreme far left of the castle walls? It's not something you often see in castle design, as the wall would be pretty thin to one side, and a bit indefensible? Sorry - I just based these on my local castle :(

Really good print, just one minor setback, I wish the tops had an option for no texture, just flat on both sides. The texture is great but adds a lot of time on slicing (Cura 3.6) and printing (Ender 3). I wish there was an option without the texture. Otherwise, great product.

- by Luis Guarita

Our Comment...

Fair point - sorry, Luis! We'll make sure future sets have this option!

But for anybody wanting to do this now, we've written a quick How-to Guide on the blog.

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