Firefly Game Card Caddy
by jazzsuperfly, published
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The Firefly board game takes up a lot of space. This caddy will help players keep their ships organized. It has slots for Upgrades, Jobs and Cargo. There's even additional Cargo and Stash slots, in case the player gets an upgrade later on.
The oval space in the lower left is for a badge sticker. It should fit these labels: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000UCT95K/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (1 3/4 X 3 3/4" Oval Silver Foil Labels).
Enjoy, and keep flying.
If your build plate is large enough, you should be able to print this flat, one at a time. However, I recommend printing it rotated +90 on the X-axis (with the upgrade slots at the bottom), that way, if there is a little curling, the functionality won't be affected. You'll still be able to get your cards into the upgrade slots. You will also be able to print more than one at a time.
If you are printing on a slightly smaller build plate (like a Replicator 2X), you will have to print one at a time and Rotate on the Z axis to get the model to fit on the build plate.
There is enough tolerance to account for PLA shrinking. But if you are printing with ABS, you may have to adjust scaling a bit. If you print this in ABS, please comment on how it went.
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Firefly Game Card Caddy by jazzsuperfly is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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