Very cool. I love that the bunker roof is actually removable. One small nit-pick: the sandbags sitting over the archway look a bit strange, I feel like they should at least have a visible supporting beam underneath them.
At the time of writing it's 42% done; ~28 hours left to go. I picked up an Anet a8 for $150, mostly for star wars legion terrain purposes (just got it set up this weekend so it's not perfectly tuned yet) as there's a robust library of pre-existing models there. I hadn't used a CAD program since high school, but an evening spent fiddling with a kid's toy in tinkercad seemed like a good way to avoid the pain of attempting to make three scratchbuilds look identical...
A bit off topic for a warmahordes focused conversion thread, but the star wars prints have been good stuff:
(raw print prior to epoxy/spackle+sanding+painting process)
Nice. I recently picked up a pretty pricey 3D printer myself. It's been frustrating, but I have been making progress, and even managed to print myself a few small props for a costume I wore to a comicon.
That’s very cool! It sure looks heavy though. Does that printed stuff sand easily?
It's much lighter than it looks as it's mostly hollow. Weighs less than a metal warjack. It sands okay by itself; smoothing a paper thin layer of spackle or epoxy over the surface to fill the grooves between striations then sanding the combo down works far better (there are tons of 3d print finishing techniques; i'm still a novice at this part)