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Tardis with doors
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A Tardis with movable doors.
Yes, I know only one is supposed to move, but the intention is to have them opening outward and then put some of my stacking drawers in it.
I printed this 50% scale to test it worked and it looked so nice that I thought I'd upload it for all.
I did search for Tardis, but I found so many results that this may be a duplicate of someone else's effort, sorry, let me know and I'll include a link here.
I also thought about making Tardis Matryoshka dolls, but each inner model would have to be bigger than its container - needs more thought...
The door lugs are a little long, trim the top one straight and the botton one at a slight angle to help you slide it into place ( bend the door sightly to insert it)
I will now model the one with the doors opening out and insert the draw supports.
I've added a light for the top now, I may make an LED attachment at some point.
There's a little support under one of the doors that will need to be trimmed off if you print it full size. When I printed it at 50% it didn't get printed and the door still came out fine.
Oh and obviously, don't print it in yellow!
Update: added a back panel as suggested by MichaelAtOz
I've also added a new model with features on the back, but I haven't printed it yet.
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