Just like the original, but with "D&D" on the top and bottom.
No Supports, No Magnets, No Superglue required. Yay!
This Dice Box is meant to store a standard dice set, an extra die (such as a D20), and a miniature. It can be opened by simply pressing the button and opening the box.
There is plenty of space for stickers, art, and signatures.
Print all of the parts in the orientations shown in the parts picture. (Do not use supports!)
Once printed and cleaned up, assemble with the following steps...
1: Combine the top and bottom by inserting a 1.75 piece of filament into the hinge. This is easiest done with the box closed.
2: Insert the button into the cavity. It is important to clean out any sloppy bridging that occured in the cavity.
3: Insert the latch hook, hook side towards the front, through the button and into the hole immediately below it.
4: Test close and sand/adjust the latch hook as needed so it will latch snuggly.
If the latch hook pulls out easily, you can roughen-up the buttom section with a little sanding to increase the friction or put a small bit of glue into the hole it goes in. There is a little open area at the bottom that the glue can overflow to if need be.
To give it added flair, I mixed resin with red paint and added it to the D&D impression.
If you take it to a convention to get autographs, like at a PAX, I suggest a clear coat first so the sharpie wont bleed into the print lines if there are any. Also, gold sharpie looks great on this box when printed in black. They generally only have black or silver sharpies, so you may want to bring your own. (learned from experience)
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Do not use supports. Bridging is your friend.
For printing orientation, refer to the image with the parts laid out.
- Print the top and bottom on their flat sides (D&D towards the print bed).
- Print the button with its widest portion towards the print bed
- Print the latch hook on its side (as pictured)