Android: Netrunner deck boxes

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Android: Netrunner deck boxes by SirGronk Nov 8, 2012
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Deck boxes for the Android: Netrunner card game - all seven factions. And a box for tokens with two compartments.

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Stylized faction logo re-designs done by Jason of The Ice Box Podcast (used by permission).

The game itself: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/124742/android-netrunner

Modeled in Google SketchUp.


Each Faction box model comes with a lid. The Tokens box has a separate lid file (due to size constrains on my Thing-O-Matic). Print everything at 100% solid infill. Sand the lip of each deckbox down so the lids fit (not too much, they'll come off too easily). Fill with cards. Each faction box holds 50+ sleeved cards. Should be plenty of room.

You can print in any color you want, I chose purple and green because I like the color scheme of the original Netrunner CCG. Blue and Red would probably be more appropriate for this new version.

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Love the boxes! Though, your NBN box model appears to be broken. The lid, specifically is missing part of its walls. Easy enough for me to work around but you might want to fix it.

How do these print without support material? In looking at the gcode, the symbols do stick out a bit, but the finished versions posted look like either some finish work was done to them or they were printed with no supports. Thanks!

I didn't make the model but to answer your question: Yeah, print them with supports. They need only the most minor of supports for that initial bottom layer of the circles.

I was making boxes for "Magic, the Gathering" which would fit the cards, and were slightly larger, to accept protective sleeves. Each box opened on the largest side, and had a small fingertip sized hole in the bottom to make removing the cards easy.

I also have problems to fit the parts... After printing, the top has an inside size of 37.2mm, and the bottom has an outside size of 37.2mm to 37.5mm (where it should go inside the top part). So it is 0.3mm too large. For me, 0.3mm must be removed so the part fit together.

Had the same experience, the inside of the lid is too small.


the top do not fit the box, the design need to be changed...

A bit of sanding makes it fit snugly, but fairly easy to open and close without the top coming off accidentally.