Disclaimer: This design and storage solution for Dwarven Forge Dungeon Tiles - https://dwarvenforge.com/ is in no way endorsed by that company or it's owner Stefan Pokorny. This is a custom Christmas gift for one of my friends that I'm also willing to share with the Dwarven Forge community.
This storage solution is a derivative of my existing stackable storage for Ikea Expedit or Kallax bookcases - https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2202792. Designed for easy storage, carrying and to hold modest amounts of weight. The provided templates also contain pre-cut, pre-sized mdf tiles that can be used as void fillers or to make custom terrain bits that would be compatible with your existing terrain. These patterns have a minimum 0.5" safety margin around edge of the frame. You can also personalize or customize them at your own leisure with labels or graphics. One template is shallow and the other is deep and they can be stacked and staggered to produce multi-level environments as will as being useful for storing the wall pieces for pre-configured layouts (see pics). There is a bit of built in slack with each tray to allow for easier tile access and to allow for the very slight variability in X-Y sizing of Dwarven Forge tiles.
Formatted for cutting on 3mm MDF cut from (Arch C) 24" x 18" sheet size, which fits across the bed of an Epilog Helix. I have provided the PDF and a SVG files that I converted online at https://cloudconvert.com/vsd-to-svg. Shared as is.
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