- Gaps between hinges and divider notches - to suit my usual "use slic3r, specify 0.4mm external perimeters, and model 0.4mm gaps between flush surfaces for perfect fit"
- Bevel between hinges - was probably accidentally overlooked by original maker, square edges will prevent box from opening with 0.2mm layers being 'stepped' enough to actually cause the curve of the hinge to catch on the sharp edge of the box.
- Flattened hole roofs - makes clean hole printing more reliable and less likely to need post-shaping with a drill bit.
- Beveled interior - eases getting the last few parts out.
- Beveled and ribbed roof - stops things ecaping their compartment.
- Lock receiver changed to be less breakable and more printable.
PLA, 0.8mm walls/top/bottom, 20% triangular infill, supports on (they should only generate under the latch receiver)
NOTE:: the lid has a strange tendency to curve up at the corners next to the lock, despite my addition of ribs. This seems to be evident on the original too. If it's problematic I'd suggest temporarily putting a 2mm prop under the lid beneath the latch, and heatgun heating the front edge till the corners droop a little.
- Updated to recently changed license and username from original thing.