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PT2D (Two-Dimensional Pocket-Tactics) Core Set 1

by dutchmogul, published

PT2D (Two-Dimensional Pocket-Tactics) Core Set 1 by dutchmogul Mar 18, 2013

Description

Introducing Pocket-Tactics! A fast-paced, modular strategy board game that all fits in a tiny bag!

This version is fully compatible for play with all of our other sets, though is a lot easier on your time/printer (the whole set can be printed in just under four hours)

All of the pieces were designed in TinkerCAD and, as with all of our games, the Non-Derivitive CC is just there for the rules sheet, so feel free to go in and futz around with the components!

tinkercad.com/users/bHIdLANxoGl

Let us know how it prints & plays,

-Arian Croft

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The best size would probably be 8x8 cm (a bit bigger than that is ok, but my makerbot currently is having z axis problems so that would probably be the opimal size.)

Oh, rocking a Thingomatic? Yeah, that could be a problem for the plates, huh? No sweat, I'll do some reduced versions. How much space do you have?

The stl with all of the pieces together doesn't seem to fit on my Thingomatic. It would be great if you could upload the pieces separately in a zip file or something.

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Instructions

Printed in black ABS at a layer height of .30 and painted with acrylics.

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Ishanina on Mar 28, 2013 said:

The stl with all of the pieces together doesn't seem to fit on my Thingomatic. It would be great if you could upload the pieces separately in a zip file or something.

dutchmogul on Mar 28, 2013 said:

Oh, rocking a Thingomatic? Yeah, that could be a problem for the plates, huh? No sweat, I'll do some reduced versions. How much space do you have?

Jinja on Mar 19, 2013 said:

I really like this design. Can you do this for Pocket Dungeons too please! :)

dutchmogul on Mar 19, 2013 said:

Yes! Most definitely... on my to do list.

celtwolf on Mar 19, 2013 said:

is there a reason you don't make laser cut tiles? i mean, it's easier and faster. the only issue is that one who has a 3D printer may not have a laser cutter. but it would be nice to have the option.

dutchmogul on Mar 19, 2013 said:

I'm actually working on that with someone right now. I talked about it a couple of comments down ;-) Shouldn't be too long.

Ishanina on Mar 19, 2013 said:

Wonderful idea! Are you planning on doing this for any other sets?

dutchmogul on Mar 19, 2013 said:

Oh yeah! I'll make 2D versions for all the sets, and as I make new ones, I'll make 2D versions as well.

cerberus333 on Mar 18, 2013 said:

I think this will print much faster
and the design lends itself much more for 2 part molds

dutchmogul on Mar 18, 2013 said:

Absolutely! The silicone molds I was using would produce this without problems. I want all of the sets (and future sets) to have a 2D counterpart.

cyclone on Mar 18, 2013 said:

Something similar could be done using a laser laser cutter, and etching the design in acrylic.

dutchmogul on Mar 18, 2013 said:

Yeah, absolutely. I'm actually working with someone on a laser cut design, but I figured I'd go ahead and do something similar for the replicator to test the water.

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