A question block originally made by Matt Sauer (Forehead), which is a great design by itself and is truthful to the 8-bit inspiration, remixed with three adjustments:
- Made it 8 times larger (twice the length for each axis)
- Separated the question-marks from the rest of the cube to make it printable with 2 materials/colors (I personally chose red for the box and white for the question-marks)
- And with the coin-slot size is corrected for the largest Kuwaiti-currency coin (100 fils).
This is a present from me to my eldest son for losing is first tooth :)
- Separated the box and lid into several files, for convenience.
- Made the box wall a little thinner without compromising structural integrity, to save time and filament.
- Corrected the size of the coin-hole.
- Corrected fitment of lid.
- Corrected the lid platform so that it doesn't string without supports.
- Printed the cube with e-Sun PLA (i.e. regular PLA), with the hot-end temperature at 215c, and the bed at 60c.
- Use at least 2 parameters for the shell.
- The software used was Cura-BCN3D V0.1.5-beta2 for slicing, so I had my limitations too, such as having only straight-line type infill, you might experiment with other types of course.
- Given that the contact surface of the box is relatively large, it will be more prone to warping/lifting, and if not, be ready to take your time removing it without damaging your print-bed.
Sanding the sides of the lid might be necessary for you to make it fit the top of the box, but if you find yourself needing it to be sanded don't overdo it, it needs to fit snugly so that if you flip it while it's full the lid doesn't fall off.