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Poker Chip and Drink Organizer - Split Design

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Poker Chip and Drink Organizer - Split Design by rps75 Jul 30, 2012
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'Chip Chap Split' by Robyn [created on 3DTin]

Are you tired of poker chips in messy piles and spilled drinks on the felt? Let your 'Chip Chap' do the work of keeping you organized while you concentrate on busting your opponents out of the game!


The 'fixed' file was run through Cloud NetFabb to fix any print issues. Highly recommended prior to printing anything designed on 3dtin, and best of all it's free!

To print it full size would take at least 6 hours so when I get more time I'm going to see if I can break it down into smaller parts to glue together later. Stay tuned. ;-)

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I wanted to print this, but the way it's designed each cylinder is raised slightly from the base so I don't think it will be able to span such a large gap. If you could fix it to where the bottom of the cylenders are level with the base of the object it would probably be printable.