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D&D Prop - Crate
by Daid, published
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It's a simple storage crate. For tabletop D&D. Print a whole bunch and you can make nice storage rooms.
But, it's a storage crate OF DOOM. This infernal crate will refuse to print correctly every single time. Not because it's a bad STL, not because it's complex to print. But because it's cursed.
As you can see on the photo, I have quite a lot of these, but they are all bad prints. Half of them miss the bottom layer because it broke off. And some have holes, and even one of them managed to tip itself over during printing.
Just don't print it. Just DON'T.
If you do want to print it, I recommend being close to mount Doom with a hobbit. If a fully printed crate starts to whisper at you, give it to the hobbit and send him to mount Doom. Tell him to throw in the cube. When the hobbit returns, shoot him (because you can never be too sure)
(The outside is 20x20x20, so it will also work as simple calibration cube)
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