Update: This design has been replaced with the design found here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2547821
This remix includes a slot in each tray, to insert the Range 3 ruler. This is now a complete storage solution, for taking everything you need to games night, or to Worlds... :)
This design is a set of stacking trays to hold the majority of the components needed to play the X-Wing Miniatures Game, in a tidy format. It includes a "display top" which holds the assembled miniatures, damage deck, manoeuvre templates, dice, and a laser line for determining firing arcs. The only things that do not fit would be the larger range and movement templates, but they can be loaded and left in one of my manoeuvre template stands, which is then fixed to the tray top (you can also do this with the damage deck holder). I use blu-tack to hold these in place. If you can think of something better, let me know in the comments.
The included top holds four small ships, but the design can be modified to hold different combinations of small and large ships, and different sized template and damage deck holder cut-outs, with a bit of tinkering.
If there is a particular combination of ship size and numbers, and/ or damage deck and template stand cut-outs you would prefer, please leave a comment, and I will see what I can do.
Update: I have changed the CC license for this thing. It is now CC-attribution-non-commercial-share alike. If you are presently printing and selling this thing (or plan to), I would ask that you contact me, and let me know you are doing so, or intend to do so. I have no intention of challenging your use of this thing, but would like to know who is printing it, and where they are in the world, from a purely narcissistic perspective... :)
Printed on a (mostly) stock 1.0 in non-proprietary PLA, sliced with Simplify3D.
I adjusted the angle of the Y-Axis by 5 degrees, so the print is just skewed from being front on. This prevented long, fragile lines of support, breaking them into shorter pieces, which were both much stronger, and much easier to remove.
Trays should all be printed with supports, so they stack properly.
Tops and Bases do not need supports, but will benefit from a brim, to prevent warping during printing.
When printing with PLA on the da Vinci, I left the door closed while the first layer and brim/ support were printing, then left the door open for the remainder of the print. I was getting significant warping at the corners with the door closed, but this all but vanished when I left the door open.
After removing supports/ brim, go over the model with a set of needle files, to remove any overhanging material, especially around the holes in the open bases.
I was looking for a compact storage solution for taking my X-Wing gear to game nights.
This is actually version 2, with version 1 being a very ugly set of trays, which I will never post here...
The files were originally created in Sketchup Make 2017, exported as STL files, then run through Netfabb to complete the meshes.
This set of trays is designed for use with four small ships. The ideal configuration is one Top, four Cards_and_Tokens, one Tray-Deep (or Tray-Deep-Open, if you want to save some filament, and don't mind the holes), and one Base-Miniature_Storage. You should be able to fit almost everything you need to play in this set-up, except for the larger templates and range rulers.
The cut-outs in the Top work with several different damage deck holders found on Thingiverse, and my latest template stand, which can be found at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:805721