D&D Dice Box

by JimSaylor95 Nov 28, 2017
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what orientation should I print ?

Experience with the larger version of this thing says to print the main box with the "spine" down as shown, the lid with the hinges up as shown (use supports), and the dice tray lid either as shown (use supports so the handle prints well) or with the honeycomb openings down on the print bed (again use supports for a nicer print inside the dice cells). Personally, I'd print the lid with the honeycomb openings down on the bed, or possibly edit the item to remove the handle and add a groove along one side for grip instead, and then print it flat side down. I'd only remove the handle to create more useable internal space during transport so I can fit more things inside it (I have limited space inside my game bag, so stowing some items in this case would help me).

Can this be printed on a 5.9" cubed build area?

It looks to be about 200mm or more in length, which comes up as something over 7 inches, so it wouldn't fit. If you use 3D Builder or some other free STL manipulation software, you could split the box and lid in two halves, then print and glue the halves together to make the whole item.