Castle Siege (Premium Model)
Castle Siege (Premium Model)
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Castle Siege MakeCNC 3D Scene.

This is yet another new innovation from the workshops of makeCNC!

makeCNC's  artists  have spent several months working on a new inovation in 3D Puzzle Patterns for CNC and Laser cutting. These wonderful and highly detailed 3D Scenes  usually have several creatures and elements and are equal to making several single 3D Puzzles so be prepared for a Challange. We have tried to create a broad spectrum of subject matter but please feel free to email us suggestions for future scenes . If these first scenes do well we will be adding many more in the future.Some of the scenes have been created as sets and display common subject matter, however, each scene can by made as a single project.

Please Note:   Many parts of this model are very detailed at lower scale like 1/8th and 3mm material thickness and if cut by a CNC router will require very tiny bits to be able to cut all the details.  We recommend that Router users cut at at least 1/4 or 6mm scale and still use the smallest bit possible to retain detail. If you understand feeds and speeds well for your router you can still cut these files at 1/8th and 3mm or even smaller but please understand that they are complex and will require some forethought to achieve good results at small scale using a CNC router.

The Models of The Castle and Soldiers are Full 3D Models!

Comes in both metric and imperial scales.

Awesome Castle Siege Scene in Full 3D

A castle is a type of fortified structure built in Europe and the Middle East during the 
Middle Ages by nobility. Scholars debate the scope of the word castle, but usually 
consider it to be the private fortified residence of a lord or noble. This is distinct 
from a palace, which is not fortified; from a fortress, which was not always a residence 
for nobility; and from a fortified settlement, which was a public defence – though there 
are many similarities among these types of construction. Usage of the term has varied 
over time and has been applied to structures as diverse as hill forts and country 
houses. Over the approximately 900 years that castles were built they took on a great 
many forms with many different features, although some, such as curtain walls and 
arrowslits, were commonplace.
Many castles were originally built from earth and timber, but had their defences 
replaced later by stone. Early castles often exploited natural defences, and lacked 
features such as towers and arrowslits and relied on a central keep. In the late 12th 
and early 13th centuries, a scientific approach to castle defence emerged. This led to 
the proliferation of towers, with an emphasis on flanking fire. Many new castles were 
polygonal or relied on concentric defence – several stages of defence within each other 
that could all function at the same time to maximise the castle's firepower. These 
changes in defence have been attributed to a mixture of castle technology from the 
Crusades, such as concentric fortification, and inspiration from earlier defences such 
as Roman forts. Not all the elements of castle architecture were military in nature, and 
devices such as moats evolved from their original purpose of defence into symbols of 
power. Some grand castles had long winding approaches intended to impress and dominate 
their landscape.
Castles served a range of purposes, the most important of which were military, 
administrative, and domestic. As well as defensive structures, castles were also 
offensive tools which could be used as a base of operations in enemy territory. Castles 
were established by Norman invaders of England for both defensive purposes and to pacify 
the country's inhabitants. As William the Conqueror advanced through England he 
fortified key positions to secure the land he had taken. Between 1066 and 1087 he 
established 36 castles such as Warwick Castle, which he used to guard against rebellion 
in the English Midlands.
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Comes in:

1/8th inch
1/4 inch
1/2 inch


Comes with a Multi Color Assembly Guide!

Copyright on this model allows you to make 50 copies then you must purchase another copy.
Commercial licenses available. Contact us!