This is V2 of my bay doors, this time, they can slide open, or at least positioned in different open/closed positions for now. V3 will hold the doors in place for easy sliding.
I designed this to be able to snap together, so that even if you're gluing it, the pieces will line up properly, and without much sanding depending on your printer. I also decided to keep multiple separate pieces to aid in paint detail.
Total estimated printing time at pretty much draft quality(.2 layer height, almost 50mm speed, 25% infill): 25 hours on my Anycubic I3 Mega. I don't like to go faster unless it's needed.
6-20-19: Printed the main panel overnight. One corner cracked while taking off the bed, but that may be my fault. Now also included are the 3 base panels, but 1mm thicker(each ending in "add 1mm", so the choice is yours).
6-26-19: Finalized my design and posted here:
I plan on using supports(touching buildplate) for the ramp, side main panels and the pocket covers, but not the rest.
Marking this as in progress until I can print it.