Miniature design for 3D printing refers to the process of designing small-scale objects, often used for tabletop gaming, model making, or other miniature applications, using CAD software that is compatible with 3D printing technology. The designs are created in a digital format and then exported as an STL file, which can be read by a 3D printer. The printer then uses a variety of materials, such as plastics, resins, or metals, to create the miniature object layer by layer. Miniature designs for 3D printing can range from simple figurines to complex models with intricate details and multiple parts. The main advantage of using 3D printing for miniature design is that it allows for the creation of unique, custom-made designs that may not be possible using traditional manufacturing techniques. Additionally, 3D printing allows designers to create multiple copies of the same design, which is useful for creating sets of miniatures for tabletop gaming or other applications.