I created these parts for a selfmade Tabletop-RPG D10-System called "Russia 1990" (by a friend of mine) but the basic idea for standing-up tokens/marks derives from a board game called "Concept" (by REPOS Production; Alain Rivollet & Gaetan Beaujannot) .
I made these pluggable for ease of transport (space usage and damaging these fragile parts) and reducing the possibility of print failure.
In the end it turned out to be the right idea as it gave the parts better/more strength.
For the game design I like to use the "Base-Gears" but for general usage I designed additional bases without the gear-tooths.
This is my first item/design to upload to Thingiverse, so please forward any suggestions for improving the design or uploading new designs.
Used Cura 3.6.
Printed with 0.08 layer height for smoother side surface
enabled ironing with concentrical pattern
Please rotate all parts 90° so they lay flat on the printsurface! (as seen in picture no.2)
Plugged them together directly from the buildplate without any post-printing processes
Used Inventor Professional 2019
Designing it with Inventor was the easiest way for me, since I learned how to handle Inventor while I was studying.
Tried SketchUp and other programs as well, but wasn't satisfied with the workflow.
But it should be easy going with these as well ;-)