OpenForge bases now support the OpenLOCK system. You can now use any OpenForge 2.0 internal 1x1, 2x1, 2x2, 2x4 and 4x4 tiles with the OpenLOCK system. We've been in discussions with Printable Scenery and we heartily support this open standard for locking tiles.
This is a set of bases with wood grain for tudor tiles.
It's worth noting that OpenForge is done on a 50 mm basis, and OpenLOCK on an inch basis. The difference on a 2x2 tile is only 0.8 mm. These bases are on the inch basis, but standard openforge tiles work just fine on them. The size difference is about the same as you can get from standard printing errors, so it's entirely unnoticeable if you use the metric tiles on top of the imperial bases. That being said, if you find the difference bothers you, you can print scale your x and y by 1.016 and you are on the inch scale for the tile too.
For instructions on how to get started with OpenForge, take a look at our tutorials.
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