Card holder

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Card holder by GeekyDad Dec 1, 2012

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Keep those decks in slick sleeves from sliding all over the table!

Card holder for playing collectable card games. Will fit standard sized cards in sleeves, up to a deck of about 60 cards.

Tested at Friday Night Magic last night, works great. Only one or two people specifically asked about it, though- I guess 3d printers really are starting to become ubiquitous.

I may do an EDH/Commander sized version (100 cards), but feel free to beat me to the punch or add some improvements if you want. There's a lot of deck boxes for sleeved cards on thingiverse, but I didn't find anything that will let you casually dispense them as you play, so I designed one myself.


  1. Print.
  2. Trim or sand (if necessary.)
  3. Play.

The original version was too fragile, so I added some thickness to the bottom of the ramps and filled in some gaps. ReplicatorG gave me some errors when generating the gcode, but it printed without any issues. Done at 35% infill on a Thing-O-Matic.

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Nice card holder! I've created a website to gather all board game improvements to inspire and showcase. Would you be interested in adding it to the Board Game Level Up site? Or I could help you with it, but still giving you the credit. www.boardgamelevelup.com


Hmm, I suppose this could be combined with a lid to create a full deck box? O_o

 If someone were to design a lid to fit, sure. The lid could probably even double as a graveyard/discard holder.

For fellow MtG geeks, yes, that's a Golgari deck.