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Modular Dice Display Shelves

by sablebadger Jan 28, 2019
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Is it possible to get a file of the steps by themselves? I'm having issues printing them together in the upright position. I want to be able to lay them on the side.

I won't be able to get to it for a while since I will be out of town for a bit. However, if you're on windows 10 there is a tool called 3d builder that will allow you to manipulate the models. They have a really easy to use split feature, and then rotate and settle and you're in business.

Have you also tried printing with a raft?

I was able to fix it with a raft. Just not my preferred method of fixing things. Thanks for the reply and suggestions!

Polygon display came out amazing with a straight out of the box ender3 with 1.1.4 board, in the hands of a noob. Used a brim although not required but better safe then sorry as beginner.

Printing this as first print (oke 4th but the other 3 were for the ender itself) so far (60%) turns out lovely.

Could you design a cover for the trays? I think that would be an awesome addition to this thing.

Not sure I understand the context of your question. why would you want to cover up your display? Or are you thinking of a travel box?

Travel. I am a DM and am printing two sets of this for my "Dice of Rolling" and would love an easy way to transport these. Maybe the cover could be a simple slipcover with partitions so the dice do not move. I don't think they would have to lock I would be fine with securing the cover with a rubber band until a more elegant solution presented itself like a separate "thing" to store and transport the trays is designed.

Oooh! I think I see what you mean. Each tray would get a cover. gotcha. Let me noodle on that idea for a bit, could be cool. Challenges are accounting for different sized dize sets, where to attach, etc. Hrm. I bet I can come up with something.

Th covers would be easy I would think. As for the travel case, maybe do a case for each kind of riser (one that will hold three trays and one that will hold 5). Then if you are bored, do a double case for each style of riser (IE one that holds 6 and one that holds 10) of course leave room for the rails too.

Someone was selling this thing on dublin comicon, IDK if he had your aproval and I cant find him now but yeah...

That's unfortunate, since I have an exclusive arrangement with FunBoardGames to sell my models. Thanks for letting me know though.

Why does this have the NSFW tag?

I have absolutely no idea. :) I was gonna make a joke about the dice being to hot to handle, but instead just deleted the tag. I might have fat fingered it when setting up the page.

Currently printing 6 of them for my wifes collections.. thankyou!