Heroquest - Treasure Chest
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Quick and easy bit for the long oop Heroquest; we somehow lost half a treasure chest - this is the replacement; didn't see any sense to pay $3 for a complete one plus $4 for s/h on eBay... what's with eBay shipping/handling pricing these days??
Match two of these and insert with a color/cardboard printout of your favorite treasure chest texture - I recommend Kev's Lounge Paper Prints - Dungeon Furniture Pack.
This model includes the pin hole for the weird little barrel bar that was included to hold the two sides together - but it isn't really needed, I've used toothpicks before as well, if you don't glue your inserts to the plastic.
Prints flat on its back, no support in just under 15 minutes. Used a little acetone wash to soften the rivets, they are rounded in the original model.
This was a good little project to teach kids about tolerances and using digital calipers - modify on Tinkercad as needed depending on thickness of card stock used.
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