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Roll-Top-Box by egon Apr 17, 2014



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I found this cool Roll Top box by http://www.thingiverse.com/Fused3D/designs and tried to design my own square version. It became also a nice calibration tool, the box should be 50x50x100mm when assembled.


I only print in PLA, 0.5mm for the top, bottom, shell and a infill of 30% will do just fine. I used Superglue to stick the left and right side together and used some kitchen oil to grease the sides of the roll-top a bit, works wonders.

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I may try to print this in wood PLA

Thanks Justin, I remember my grandfather had a wooden box like that and as a kid I couldn't seem figure out where the cover went.

Quite a nice piece. Reminds me of contemporary Danish cabinetry from the 60s.