Codenames Card Game Organizer

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Codenames Card Game Organizer by moga Dec 26, 2016
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Finding that the organizer remixed by Flounder1664 did not fit my sleeved word-cards I made a remix of part A.
I simply squeezed together the original and elongated the area for the cards by 15mm.
If you do not have sleeved cards, please print Flounder1664's (Part A) version 2.

Wanting to keep the original cardboard insert I remixed part B to have the rest of the items fit.
In the bottom there is room for the card-stand, then the cards and the hourglass on top to keep the cards from sliding (mine 'snaps in' and the block can be held up side down without falling out).
Finding that part B had a lot of 'solid' areas I also made a 'hollow' version (still printable without support, but reduces weight by almost 20%)

I was left with some empty space, so part C is simply to keep part B from sliding around (if you want to carry extra items to be able to run two games at once you can keep them here or make an insert for those items).

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All parts have 5mm corner rounding.

Part A: 150x85mm (33,2mm tall)
Part B: 100x75mm (50mm tall) Note: version with text 48mm simply had 2mm shaved off the top)
Part C: 49,5x75mm (10mm tall)

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Thanks for making this. I printed out all three pieces. Did you notice that the box for the key card and hourglass is a little bit too tall? The box closes fine but it's like 2mm too tall. I am also surprised that you didn't take the opportunity to use the spacer to hold the plastic key holder.

I have now measured part B and the inside of my box. Both are approximately 5cm. And the top of part B is flush with the edges of my box. How tall is the inside of your box?

Also, please share your make!

Regarding the plastic key holder, the space beneath the code-cards is intended for just that. You should be able to spy mine on the second picture.

I will have to get back to you on the height. As I recall mine fits the box exactly, so I will have to do a bit of measuring before getting back to you.

Wow I totally missed that spot below the code cards. I just thought it was unnecessarily generous spacing, lol. Just tried it this morning and fits quite nice.

I also double checked the height and it is almost flush with the top of the (bottom) box, or a tad over. When you put the manual on top, it makes it too high. At least on my setup (I know all printers are slightly different), when you put everything in , the side with the code-cards/hourglass sits noticeably higher. The other side (with the spacer) sits flush. This is not a big deal at all but the model looks like it definitely has room to shave a mm off. I don't think I'd do a 9 hour reprint but if I ever gave away my existing prints to a friend with the game, I'd like to reprint a new set with the slightly shorter model.

Finally - thanks for your work on this and your prompt response.

I don't know if you printed the 'solid' or 'hollow' part B, but I just uploaded the hollow in a 48mm edition (2mm shorter than the original). I do think that this might cause the hour-glass to stick out (approximately 2mm), so I'm not sure that this actually helps.

Hi, I printed the hollow version. That's a bummer about the hourglass sticking out. I will download the model and will print it out next go around. For now, the current setup works with just a little bit of extra height on the box. Thanks again for the models and the quick response to the customization request!