Whenever my son wants to play a game of Uno we start with searching for the cards, which obviously leads to an incomplete desk of cards. They are simply scattered all over the place or get lost. So we bought a new set.
I decided to create a card box for the Uno playing cards to prevent loosing them ever again.
Since i also own a Palette 2 i decided to put the cards logo on the front and back side of the card box. This makes it clear what the box contains.
The card box consists of 2 parts. The 'Desk Holder' contains the cards and has gaps for easy removal of the playing cards. The 'Lid' is the part that slides over the desk holder and closes the card box. Both parts are held together by a snap fit that is loose enough for easy opening but firm enough to prevent the box from opening while holding it by the lid only.
I used PLA in the colors of the Uno logo: white, black, red and yellow. Of course you can also print the card box in one color. Just follow the steps below to prepare for slicing and you're done.
Primavalue, Innofil PLA
white, black, red, yellow
Printed at 50mm/s. I use Simplify3D for slicing and Chroma for the generation of the P2 file and ultimate gcode file.
To prepare for slicing in S3D, import the stl files in S3D per part. So first the 'Desk Holder' parts. Then use 'Edit/Align selected model origins' to place all the parts at the right location. After this group all the parts. Then do the same for the 'Lid'.
The lid must be rotated after grouping the parts, for easy printing.