Okay, I'm finally taking a break from my own projects to build some of the things I've been printing out. For the Barricades set I wanted to start with a Gate section, which means starting with a basic wall section. The textures are clean and the geometry looks good, but the glue flaps are reversed from what I'm used to doing so it took me a minute or two to wrap my brain around the build dynamic that had been presented to me. Building the basic walls is a little time consuming, but they are very sturdy and the build is very precise, just different from what I'm used to. I've become accustomed to solids that roll up and then you close the end pieces onto the glue flaps, not rolling the large sections onto the the glue flaps on the end pieces. But, as I said, that method creates a very precise and solid piece.
However, I did want to try it the other way, the one I'm used to, so I modified a wall section by drawing in new tabs onto the printout using a pen;
The one on the left is the original.
The modded version goes together faster, but can result in sloppy builds as the end-pieces don't have the pressure of the different angles to hold them into their correct position. I need to build some more pieces before I can honestly say which method I prefer.
The one on the right is my modded version, it's not apparent in the photo but there is a slight twist to the whole piece because of my improper alignment job with the end pieces.
Here's what it looks like when my Steam-Golem project attacks it;