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STL files for 'see-through' Commander geared deck box with magnetic latch.

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This is a variant of my traditional geared deck box. This box allows users to view their cards and identify their decks when the box is closed. Please note that this box is a much more challenging print than the original, with lots and lots of retractions and bridging.

• Description:
This is the .stl file for my deck box for CCG games. I've made it available for people who want to print their own, and because shipping overseas is very expensive. Please be aware that this model is licensed under the Creative Commons - attribution - no derivatives - non commercial licence. Any reselling or reproduction of this model without my consent is forbidden.

These files are an updated version of the version I've posted on Thingiverse. The most important improvement over my older Thingiverse design is that this version doesn't need any support, and includes numerous tweaks to make it easier to print. This listing is for a 75mm card box, which is large enough to hold a Commander deck with double sleeves. It will hold a deck with the dimensions of 67x93x75mm.

This listing is for the print files only. You'll also need two (or four if using the double magnet option) 10mmØ x 3mm magnets for the latch.

• Features
When the box is opened the cards rise up "for easy access", and totally not "because it looks cool". :D
The box locks closed with a magnetic latch. There is also a detent mechanism to lock it in the open position.
If you want a specific pattern on the box let me know. I'll see what I can do.

• Printing details.
0.2mm thick layers or less.
Print cooling on
You must have an accurate printer. This is a simple print, but does require high accuracy.
Update: 15/9/19 I have separated each component into its own file so that you can print them individually.
Update: 2/9/19 Reduced poly count to make slicing easier. All files checked in Meshmixer / PrusaSlicer. Improved aesthetics inside the lid.

• To assemble:
Place the lids in their open position.
Align the lowest gear tooth with the bottom gear teeth of the cart
Place the entire lid and cart combo into the main shell. It should click into place (and that's why having an accurate printer is a requirement).


3D printing settings

0.15 layers
No supports required.

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
    • 75mm Skeletonised CCG Box.zip
  • Publication date: 2021/01/25 at 08:15

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