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Catan Magnetic Resource Trays

by deemended Jun 4, 2018
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Just printed all the trays and the tower. The trays will not fit in the tower (logo version). The width is OK, however the height is 2-3mm too short to fit all 6 trays.

I had the same issue! I printed one only to find it would not fit. I guess I should have read these comments first. I changed the height by 2mm to 108.799 and it fit perfectly. I was worried this would throw the magnet positions off but they work well.

Same issue here. Just printed the tower and the trays fit perfectly horizontally, but the tolerances are so tight I cannot get the last tray in. Min probably needs another 1mm and it would be fine.
So I guess I'll stretch the height by 1-2mm and print again.

Sorry to hear that. I designed the box to have really close tolerances so cards couldn't slip out between the trays. I can only guess differences in printers, settings, shrinkage, etc would account for it.

I am also having this issue, Printed 2 sets and neither of the sets fit into the logo box. My printer is very dialed in so not sure. wonder if anyone else is having issues. the width is perfect though!

Thank you for this. I'm a sucker for color-coordination. Does this fit with any existing storage "system" on Thingiverse? I've started printing https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2491505. Hoping it might fit on top of that?

Settlers of Catan Storage Box

Welcome fellow "just so" traveler! For better or worse I did not design the box to fit with another existing storage element, as my goal was primarily containment in as compact a form factor as the remixed tray design would allow. Yup, there are many more space-economic card storage/game-play tray systems out there, so I'm taking a hit for stepping over the line into the more aesthetic choice, but I slimmed things down as much as I could. It would be a nifty coincidence if I stumbled upon a shape and size that played well with others. Kismet!

Makes sense. I'll let you know if I discover any happy coincidences. :)