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Small Hinged Treasure Chest

by athey, published

Small Hinged Treasure Chest by athey Jul 29, 2012

Description

A very simple hinged treasure chest that is printed in two pieces. The hinged pieces snap into place very nicely and the hinge is snug enough that the lid can remain partially open without falling closed/open. Images show chest printed at layer thickness of .27mm, so it would be even cleaner at a lower setting.

Chest can be printed with NO RAFT SUPPORT. The image shown here is without any raft support on either piece.

Lid and base printed separately.

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This is very cool. It reminds me of when I was kid, maybe in first grade and lost a tooth while at school. My teacher gave me a tiny plastic treasure chest to put the tooth in for safe keeping. That chest was my prize possession for close to a year till I lost it. It is funny the things we remember from our chile hood.

VERY COOL!   MADE IT 50% BIGGER.  HAD TO MELT THE HINGES TOGETHER.  ADDED TRIM COLOR WITH GOLD SHARPIE

The thing in my profile pic is a piece of the zelda shoulder pauldrons that I created for my daughter's Zelda Ocarina of Time cosplay. I don't have the files for those available for anyone else though. I'm not sure yet if I'll share them or not. They're finished now though - they're on my tumblr, but I think you'll have to go back a page or two to get to the pictures - http://aya-macchiato.tumblr.co...

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Instructions

The .s3g files are the ready-for-print versions of the chest with 10% infill, 0 shells, .27mm layer height, and feedrate of 40. If you'd prefer to adjust the scale and settings, grab the .stl files instead and export your own gcode.

Print lid and base and then snap the hinge together. Very simple and straightforward.

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kyle59 on Jan 5, 2013 said:

This is very cool. It reminds me of when I was kid, maybe in first grade and lost a tooth while at school. My teacher gave me a tiny plastic treasure chest to put the tooth in for safe keeping. That chest was my prize possession for close to a year till I lost it. It is funny the things we remember from our chile hood.

HEARTWEAR on Nov 11, 2012 said:

VERY COOL!   MADE IT 50% BIGGER.  HAD TO MELT THE HINGES TOGETHER.  ADDED TRIM COLOR WITH GOLD SHARPIE

heronog on Jul 30, 2012 said:

@athey, what's that on your profile pic? is it a printable model?

Awesome work, I'll be printing this as soon as my current piece gets out of the printer!

athey on Jul 30, 2012 said:

The thing in my profile pic is a piece of the zelda shoulder pauldrons that I created for my daughter's Zelda Ocarina of Time cosplay. I don't have the files for those available for anyone else though. I'm not sure yet if I'll share them or not. They're finished now though - they're on my tumblr, but I think you'll have to go back a page or two to get to the pictures - http://aya-macchiato.tumblr.co...

cerberus333 on Jul 30, 2012 said:

very nice!

What did you model this in?

athey on Jul 30, 2012 said:

Autodesk Maya. Whipped it up in about a half an hour because we needed a last-minute wedding gift for a friend. Planned on just getting one of those 'money cards' but they were all lame. So instead, I modeled a zelda chest and we put the cash inside it.

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