Splendor game organizer

by Kabong, published

Splendor game organizer by Kabong Feb 22, 2015


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Splendor is a fantastic tabletop game, but the box for the game has a bit of wasted space which reduces the portability of the game. I was inspired to create this design after seeing a post where someone on reddit created a minimalist foamcore organizer for the game: https://www.reddit.com/r/boardgames/comments/2w5zgy/foam_core_minimalist_box_for_splendor/.

The organizer cover can be easily held in place with a small box band: http://www.flyingbuffalo.com/other.htm

I recommend printing the cover flipped upside down so that supports are only needed under the lettering.

If you don't have access to a 3D printer, these organizers are available on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/223848228/splendor-game-organizer

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Could you write down recommended specification (.mm of filnament, % of filling) for printing? Im total newbie and don't know what spec. is good.

Layer height between 0.2mm and 0.3mm should be fine. For the cover piece, I usually print at 20% infill with 3 top layers, 3 bottom layers and 3 perimeter passes.

Thank you for quick response, what about bottom piece?

Whoops, that was a typo in my reply. Both too and bottom piece should print with the same settings.

What are the dimensions on the final print?

Kabong I have made a few changes to your original design and am planning on listing on etsy I fully intend to credit you as the original designer but wanted to make sure i told you before someone did the "hey this is on such and such site for sale" any issues hit me up and i will be happy to tip you from each sale.

I had two of them made. The lid of the first one was a little off, so we flipped it and made the lid upside down, like a table with it's legs sticking up. It turned out much better the second time.

Glad to hear it worked out. I probably should have mentioned the preferred print orientation in the thing info originally, as I also print the cover flipped so that the face of the cover is facing down. I'd be curious to see how yours turned out if you're interested in posting it to the 'I Made One' section of this page.

I just posted to the 'I Made One' section.

After using it for a few weeks, I'd like to make one suggestion: The gem chips move a lot while in transit. I don't think it's enough to damage them or the box, just enough to be noisy and annoying. Is there any way to have the two baysthat hold the chips be curved at the bottom, to better hold the gem chips? And/Or, make the wall dividing the two chips bays thicker? I think it would hold the chips in place better.

I'll take a look at the loose chip bit next time I have the CAD open to update the design. Thanks for the feedback!