The compact design is very handy and effective.
I used supports only up to the base of the hinges, since they jut out at 90°, and relied on my printer's bridge settings for the edge of the bottom opening.
Three shells with a 0.600 nozzle were more than adequate for the walls, but slightly too little for the ramps, which were not fused entirely across the width. Curiously, this turned out to be an advantage: the slightly more flexible ramps cushion the dice as they fall and reduce the noise.
Sky Blue and Red
- 3D-print method: Material extrusion (FFF)
- Layer height/thickness: 0.45 mm
- Infill percentage: 0%, overlap 45%
- Number of perimeters/shells: 3
- Perimeters 0 0.74mm (8.48mm^3/s)
- Print duration: 3:05:38
- Print nozzle temperature: 215 °C
- Print speed: perimeter 30 mm/s, infill 30 mm/s, bridge 120 mm/s
- Print-bed surface type: glass plate
- Print-bed-adhesion type: None
- Print-bed temperature: 0 °C
- Support structures: 1
- Post-processing: None
- Filament usage: 15198.9 mm / 36.6 cm³
- First layer: width 140%, speed 40%, temperature 220 °C
- Retract: length 2 mm, lift 0 mm, speed 22 mm/s
- Retract: on restart 0 mm, min travel 2 mm