DOOM Boardgame Organizer

by Kit_Raevson Mar 12, 2017
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This insert is amazing! Great job! I also made a video showcasing this insert!



Great Video.
Thank you :)

Hi i am trying to order this
Printed through thingiverse and it wont allow me. I think their is a problem with the file. Is their a way you can fix it or even better , a way for me to get you to print it for me and ill pay for it and to get it shipped to me?

Might be the scaling.
Up it by 1000 and it should work.
Printing and shiping by me is not possible cause my printbed is busted at the moment.

Does it hold sleeved cards?

if you are using thinner/smaller sleeves like Mayday they should fit after a little bit of scaling. FFG sleeves won't fit without modifications to model.

No, it was designed for unsleeved cards.
You propably could scale it up but it wouldnd fit in the games box then.

what program did you use to design this? do you still have files? would it be too much to ask of you to edit it a bit for sleeved cards?
scaling up alone won't do as you said, but by also decreasing wall thickness all should fit into the box.

I used Sketchup.
Dont think it would be stable enough with thiner walls, at least not with my printer.
You could try to skale it a bit. I got 1 cm left in my box maybe it is enough.

scaling up to box size won't help, big cards with FFG sleeves are 93mm long, but there should be at least 1mm space extra to put them in, which is 94x3 = 282mm and there is 286mm space, that is 4mm for 4 walls. i'd probably make ~0.45-0.5mm (1 extrusion line) two inner walls each and 1.5mm for each outer walls on the sides. no need to change front and back.
also small cards are 67mm long so at least 68-69mm space would be required which could probably be achieved in simmilar fashion.

again simple scaling would mess up whole model as all the tokens would be too loose probably.

thickness of sleeved cards is also almost twice the unsleeved ones, but scaling in Y axis probably wouldn't mess the model that much... maybe

i could... probably make this from scratch using your work as a reference using fusion360 that i'm familiar with, but if you still have raw files it should be as easy as few clicks for you. (though i'm not familiar how it's done in sketchup, i might be wrong here)

The model in the download is damn near microscopic in how much it's scaled down.

Would you be able to re-upload the file to be to scale? Or let us know how much we should scale up the current model to be a usable size.

I love this design and absolutely want it in my life, thanks!

Sorry, the conversion from dea usualy screws up the scaling.
Blowing it up by 1000 in the slicer should work.