Over the last couple of days, I've cut (well, with the help of the robo cutter!) edged and glued four or five pages of anchors, primarily so I can get some tiles ready for the cliffs. I did enough to feel comfortable moving onto making some posts.
Last night, I cut, edged and glued up 18 regular posts in the 2-, 3- and 4-way varieties. Also finished were 12 of the regular walls. I did a test print and cut of my kitbashed Lost Halls entrance wall, and it was almost perfect! I was afraid I wasn't going to like how the stones blended together, but frankly when printed out, it looks good enough for me. There is a minor goof in the way the wall textures go set up, but it should be easy to correct. I have to do it, though, before I forget and print another one!
Today, I've assembled my first set of cliffs. I'm always pleased with the assembly of the stuff WorldWorksGames produces - they have clever solutions to structural issues, and the end result always feels solid. Now, I'm letting my cutter prep some double-height posts, before I move onto the other types of cliffs.
The printer and cutter have both been performing REALLY well lately. I kind of don't want to slow down for fear that something will be broken the next time I start working!