bluehinter wrote:I may be working on a full 3D printable console room set in a few weeks, but cheap is a relative term.
If you knew someone with a 3D printer who didn't mind letting you borrow it for a week or two, the filament cost to print an entire console room set would only be $15-45 (That's one to three rolls, depending on whether you want to print the roundels out of a different semi-transparent filament, and whether you're printing solid walls for LED backlighting, or going for mostly hollow for a faster print speed) If you go through an online 3D printing service, you'd be hitting that couple hundred dollar price tag real fast, even for the lowest quality print, just because it's such a massive time-consuming build.
"Cheap" is indeed a relative term, though I wonder how the project scales up on different printers at 3dhubs.
Someone's done a modular TARDIS console room set on thingiverse, but in the wrong scale. It's not bad. Obvious joints between the walls, but that didn't bothered me, personally.