Dumpster Diving

by onebitpixel, published

Dumpster Diving by onebitpixel Oct 14, 2014


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I modified this to print flat and assemble snap-fit-style; w/liftable lids - use a piece of 1.75mm filament threaded through each of the hinges.

  • Happy accident, if you swap the lids, one side will stay slightly open; pretty much like the real things - they never really close all the way...

  • I had to modify the side lift rails; they completely disappeared when I initially printed the model.

  • Prints in about 1hour w/nominal support. Perfect for your tabletop skirmish war game or zombie apocalypse...

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Printed this, came out really nice, but found the tolerances of my printer meant the wheels don't quite fit the holes in the dumpster base, so needed a bit of trimming (used the right sized drill) to get to work. Will print the lids separately in a black filament as I'll make a few as they are great for my wargaming table.