I drop by this site a lot but don’t post much so I thought I would share my summer building project- a Church. I have been meaning to build one of these for a long time. It’s based on a little church in Proffit Virgina, beside the Norfolk Southern Washington District. The frame is sheet styrene cut on my V90 CNC with a 1/32 inch bit at 7800 rpm. The foundation is that green sheet insulation foam you get at Lowes. I cut the brick lines with a 1/16 ball nose bit. All of the siding, the steeple roof, the stairs and the sign out front were 3D printed in ABS on my ender 3. I used Inkscape to do all the sheet styrene cutout paths and hexagon 3D to make the steeple roof and siding for 3D printing. I use Cura as a slicer program for the 3D stuff gcode and CamBam for the gcode for the flat cuts. Lots and lots of trial and error, much fussing with the 3D printer including a new nozzle, print surface and Hatchbox ABS filament (name brand- don’t use the cheap amazon stuff!) But great fun to build. Just needs to be installed with some moss and plants, then a cemetery out back for halloween.