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Apocalypse Token Organizers

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These are to hold the cardboard tokens one gets from the Warhammer 40,000: Apocalypse game box from Games Workshop. The logo found on the tops of some of these are from the official Apocalypse logo from Games Workshop (they own the rights to the logo and the name Apocalypse I believe).

I toyed with the idea of making one big organizer but realized that each token type is used at different times in the game so it would be easier to have them all separate.

The names of the organizers are self-explanatory. You have one for the Action, Blast (both large and small), Command, and Wound tokens. I have not created one for the Objective tokens as they stay in place on the table top for the duration of the game so there isn't much of a need for an organizer for them.

You will need various magnets to hold the tops on. The magnets you'll need are (they are all round magnets):
Action Organizer: Six 6 mm x 2 mm
Blast Organizer: Four 6 mm x 2 mm and two 10 mm x 2 mm
Command Organizer: Size 6 mm x 2 mm
Wound Organizer: Eight 3 mm x 2 mm and two 6 mm x 2 mm

Yes, these are all in metric. No, I don't intend to make imperial equivalents.

3D printing settings

All the bottom parts are easily printed using any printers' default standard settings. I used a .4mm nozzle, 0.15mm layer height, and 20% infill with no problem.

You will get better detail in the top parts' logos if you use a 0.25mm nozzle but otherwise they too can be printed using your standard settings. I used a .25mm nozzle, 0.15mm layer height and 20% infill with no problem. You will want to print the tops upside down.

You shouldn't need any supports for anything, including the tops' logos. Again, print the top pieces upside down otherwise you'll need a TON of supports. The logo works fine without supports.

  • 3D model format: STL

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