Yes... another one!
This is a follow up to my previous forray in the world of tic-tac-toe:
While the first one was nice, metallic, parametric and all that jazz... it wasn't a big success (0 derivatives and 0 other people's copies). But this one, with 5 x, 4 os and the whole nine pockets, has all the characteristics to actually become a viral thing.
Again: copying is not stealing, but cheating at tic-tac-toe is meh.
Beware of the raft! On my Thing-o-matic, the raft took all the space and my extruder collided with the ABP bolt when I first tried to print it. So I had to push the board to the left. The included stl files produced the 2 items on the bottom row of the picture.
Also, if your board is not thick enough, the walls won't be filled and your board may not even have a bottom. Look closely at the picture, top row, to see this.
And if you want to take the scad file to the next level, you can fork it! https://github.com/hugomatic/tictac
Finally, and this is weird... the last few layers of my board where shifted to the right by 2mm. I blame that on a lack of supervision during 3D printer operation.