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Ork Watch Tower First Floor

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Wall 1
1 1

Wall 2
2 2

Wall 3
3

E D 1 inch

1st Floor / Ground Floor

Wall 4
3 4

Page 1

Wall 5
4 5 5

Wall 6
1

Roof Supports
There is no right or wrong angle or measurements for these.

Ground Floor Level


Red dashed lines are 3/8 inch (thickness of a sheet of foam core) from the edge. Black Dashed and dotted lines are a marke for the roof level line. You will need this to place pieces to support the upper level and roof.

1st Floor Roof

You will glue the roof supports to this line, so that the roof sits flush with the top of the model on walls 6 and 1. This is done by pinning and glueing the supports top edge to the dashed and dotted black line. Any Scrap foam core will be used to add to the outside, to break up a flat smooth pattern, so keep your small cuttings.
1 inch

Ground Floor Roof


The roof is again the same size as the floor, but I cut it on a slight angle, so the bottom is smaller than the top. This will allow for it to slide on and off of the top.

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Construction Layout First Floor


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Wall 1
1

Wall 6

1st Floor / Ground Floor


E E

Wall 5
1 inch

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Ork Watch Tower Second Floor


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5 8 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4

5 6

A2

B2

C2 B2

D2

E2

F2

H2

2nd Floor Building Base

D2

H2

G2 G2 1 inch 7

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Second Floor Level


The Second floor is constructed in the same manner as the first floor. The edges are cut to almost a O angle, this will help join the edges and 45 prevent a lot of trimming. But it is ok if it is not perfect, it is actually better since it will look more like an ork built it! Below you will see the placement of the second floor placement on the roof of the first floor.

2nd Floor Building Roof

Roof Supports
Done the same way as we did the first floor.

1st Floor Roof

2nd Floor Placement

1 inch

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Ork Watch Tower Support Arm


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Support Base Support Base Pt. 2 Back Edge Underside SPINE 1 SPINE 2 SPINE 3

Crows Nest Base

Crows Nest Base Pt. 2

1 inch

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Ork Watch Tower Support Arm


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Support Arm
The three identical spines will be the main support. They will be touching, sandwiched at the top, to make the support arm.
Yellow arrow indicates Tower Angle

The back edge and underside will be pinned and glued along the edge of the support arm to close it up. These may be cut from foam core, however heavy card stock will be easier to cover the edges.
The crows nest will be glued on top when Complete in the same manner as the support base.

Hole in Base Pt. 2 Base Pt. 2 Support Arm Base

2nd Floor

B B

Support Arm Base Pt. 2 Support Arm Base

Construction Example for Spine and Base


1 inch

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Ork Watch Tower Crows nest


Measurements may vary on your printer Rope Arm

Support Arm Crows Nest Floor Part 1


Building the crows nest will be completed just like the other buildings. The rope arm will be glued to the arch (A) and used to fasten a climbing rope. That will be used to climb to the crows nest. The two pieces will be glued side by side, flush to the end. The red dotted line indicates the position where the rope arm will be glued.\

Crows Nest Floor Part 2


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Crows Nest Floor Part 2 (top)

The black dashed line is where your will glue the crows nest floor part 1 on the bottom of the crows nest floor part 2.
The crows nest can be glued at any angle on the support arm that you wish. Remember that the rope should hang to the second floor.