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Descent: Journeys in the Dark (Second Edition) - Hero Tray

by GraffitiBatman Jun 6, 2017
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The slots are for cards in hand, I believe. My prusa handled the bridging without issue. No support needed.

Thanks for the info. Just started the pint on my MK3 - we'll see how it goes!

What's the point of the slots on the underside on the right side? If something isn't supposed to slide into those two slots, then it's just unnecessarily adding the need for supports.

Hi, is this compatible with the original Descent game?

What should the finished dimensions be for this tray? When I import it into Curia for Wanhao, it is showing up at 204 x 151 x 28mm which is too big for my printer 200 x 200 printer bed.

Thanks!

What I did was split it into two files where the skill card holder starts

I measured mine and got 203x150. The walls are quite thick, perhaps you could trim the edges so it will fit your bed. I wouldn't recommend scaling as the character sheet is a snug fit.

Just curious as to whether a sleeved character card would fit in this holder. The size of a sleeved card is 103mm x 128mm.

Also, how about a version that has no right side wall for the skills/item cards. That way, if one has to exhaust a card, they could simply turn it on its side to all it to fit sideways.

Thanks!

This idea seems intriguing but I am worried about bending my cards with them standing up like that. Have you found this to be an issue?

I am playing with my kids, 8 and 12, and there have been no problems with bent cards, though certainly a possibility. As a bonus, these work perfectly for Star Wars Imperial Assault as well (No big surprise as it's basically a star wars skin for descent)

I made one yesterday and it sized up perfectly, just waiting for other colors of filament to come. The only problem was there was no "N" in "Descent". I used Slic3r for Prusa i3 Mk2. I may try it in cura to see if that changes anything

I noticed too that my .gcode generated no "n" from the word "Decent". I was using Prusa Control, a slicer specifically for the Prusa i3 Mk2/Mk3 that is based on Slic3r engine.