So you can put 8 "things" (not too heavy) in your "kasseby" display case. vertically.
created according to a ratio of strength, printing speed and material saving:
the rigidity of the part supporting the weight of the objects is correct for relatively light objects (picture 4 shows the result with stones of reasonable weight, minimal or imperceptible deformation). better rigidity than a simple 1mm flat wall in pla.
Empty triangles are to save material and printing time. The tip of the triangle is printed upwards to avoid bridging.
Likewise, the flat sides presented frontally in the display case are the first layer, serve to stiffen the frame a little, and a label (or a caption on the marker) can be put at the bottom.
room for manoeuvre (for pla) :
if need be;
put a filling pattern that stiffens the structure more: as a "grid", at 20 or 30 percent minimum.
possible dimensional problems :
the edges of the "kasseby" box are sometimes a little curved (with humidity? ). if this deformation hinders the insertion of the first two racks, print the next two at 99 or 98 percent, and arrange them in staggered rows with the first two.
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