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3D model description

Roaming across the frozen north are the mighty colossi of the Old World. These beasts are among the largest creatures in existence, only rivaled in size by the Dread Saurians of Lustria, and the forest-dwelling Arachnarok Spiders.

To the tribes of the Northern Wastes, the Mammoths are living totems of might and power. They're considered such sacred creatures in their own right, that to tribes which come to bring one into the fold it is a great honor. The tribesmen frequently seek them out as abandoned calves, for if a mammoth is trained early enough, it can be brought into battle as a highly effective trampling weapon that can easily reduce enemy lines to a bloody smear across the land. The greatest warriors of the tribe also ride into battle on their backs, fighting from fortified wooden platforms where they can easily throw their hunting javelins. Others can carry sacred Chaos-Altars from which shamans can channel the energy of the dark gods.

Included is the War Mammoth itself, with 6 Chaos Marauder Hunters with Javelins. Note that the .3mf file "Chaos War Mammoth" includes all the models for those that want them to resize and pose as they see fit. A Zip with all the .STLs is also in the file list. Also included are the pre-supported files for all parts that were printed with resin. FDM is possible on all these models, but I still do recommend SLA for the smaller pieces and the hunters. The body and head of the mammoth itself can be printed in FDM just fine.

For the Rope, I recommend any sort of Nylon Twine, as it does not fray as easily.
For the chains, I highly recommend this one from Amazon:

I intend to do the war shrine variant of this eventually, but for now I wanted to release the default one. I also intend to add 2 storage bins for extra javelins the marauders would be using, as well as a Marauder Chieftain to act as the driver.

EDIT (7/21/2020): Added the Optional Throne for the Howdah on the Mammoth's back. Is made for general or lord characters to sit upon.

EDIT 2 (7/26/2020) Added 4 additional poses for the War Mammoth, in addition to the first one. All armor pieces and the howdah will still fit properly. They are in the file marked "Chaos_War_Mammoth_Additional_Poses.3mf"

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: 3MF and STL Folder details Close
    • Chaos War Mammoth Additional Poses.3mf
    • Chaos War Mammoth Howdah Decals (Supported).3mf
    • Chaos War Mammoth Howdah Decals (Supported).stl
    • Chaos War Mammoth Howdah Decals.3mf
    • Chaos War Mammoth Howdah Throne.stl
    • Chaos War Mammoth Howdah.stl
    • Chaos War Mammoth.3mf
    • Left Primary Tusk.stl
    • Left Secondary Tusk.stl
    • Leg Armor 1.stl
    • Leg Armor 2.stl
    • Leg Armor 3.stl
    • Leg_Armor_Supported.stl
    • Mammoth Body.stl
    • Mammoth Head.stl
    • Mammoth Tail.stl
    • Marauder_Hunter_1.stl
    • Marauder_Hunter_2.stl
    • Marauder_Hunter_3.stl
    • Marauder_Hunter_4.stl
    • Marauder_Hunter_5.stl
    • Marauder_Hunter_6.stl
    • Marauders_with_Javelins_Supported.stl
    • Right Primary Tusk.stl
    • Right Secondary Tusk.stl
    • Trunk Claws.stl
    • Tusks (Supported).stl

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  • Last update: 2020/08/10 at 10:27
  • Publication date: 2020/08/01 at 06:43





Whether they be miniatures for tabletop wargaming or large figurines for the shelf, 3D-Printing is my passion. I release nearly every print I do to the public, so please check the file list and see if there's anything you like.

NOTE: For anyone who is unfamiliar with 3D Manufacturing Format (.3mf) I recommend Microsoft 3D-Builder to open and modify them as needed. It's an incredibly useful program I use in almost every workflow I do.

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First, thanks for the nice design.
But I have question and need some help.
I printed the model but the head doesn't fit with the body, there's 5 to 10 mm difference in the neck as if the head was too big.
Anybody encountered the same issue ?
Any idea what could have gone wrong with my printing ?

I would greatly appreciatye any help.

all good emang.just a bit rusty on the everything sorted with other poses.cheers

no.nothing with the file is working.can you email me,maybe explain what im meant to i need other program to open.(

Are you unable to open the additional poses on your own?

can you do stl`s for other poses.

was wondering what the dimensions are suppose to be, not sure if my software is scaling it right. want to be as close to the real one as possible. thanks!

how do i set up and print the other head and body poses.not sure how to do it

All the resin-based pre-supported pieces will fit on the standard 2K printer size (Anycubic Photon or Elegoo Mars with 4.7" x 2.6" x 6.1" (120 x 68 x 155mm)). The larger parts of the body I recommend a larger machine, atleast 200mm x 200mm.

Im about to purchase some printers and specifically would love to print the War Mammoth. Can I get advise on what size print beds I should be going for? for this job.

Good time!Could you divide the torso and the structure on the back into 2 parts,lengthwise, for the possibility of printing on Faton ziro

what is the settings used for the printing,size you have done

amazin work !!

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