I just drew these in my office at lunch. I'm new to scad so I'm sure there is a healthy number of bugs. Seems to work out well during my test print though.
This is a redraw of the Game Card Holder thing by condac. I've migrated them to open scad so they have some configuration options.
- resizable for different cards
- choose which tabs/slots to add (make a 2x2 block, avoid dangling tab on end or whatnot)
- [simple] lid and adjustable walls to make deck box
The lid barely fits in (default is no clearance). The bottom can warp enough to make it really snug. When the box gets larger you may consider reducing the clearance ratio for the lid (to less then 1.0) to make it snugger and making the walls larger. The larger deck box (the catan one works like a charm) in the picture needs a rubber band on it to stay closed when full.
Note: The tabs on this adjust in size with the card size. This means they are not compatible with cornac's tabs or different size cards tabs.
Refer to http://maydaygames.com/sleeves.pdf for common card sizes.
Adjust the card size, plastic thicknesses, tab configurations and any of the adjustment ratios you feel like. Export to STL via openscad and print.
You will probably need to sand/x-acto the tabs to snap them together. It was just a quick brushing with each for me.
I recommend you export your own instead of using the provided STL's but these ones worked fine for me.