BEHOLD the culmination of my 2 years playing magic and 3d printing! Back with over 25 different options its the flip lid deck box you love, but easier to print and more fitting today's modern and commander lifestyles, as well as other card games.
In the download section you will find the current public master files in skp, stl, and png and 4 zip folders. Inside each of these folders are the files necessary to print that style of deck box and small readme's that explain some things rather than posting it all here:
-no lock boxes (they just have lids that swing around lawlessly)
-v2 boxes (like the old beefy boxes, but tuned a bit)
-v3 boxes (the new and improved latch, like v2 but better)
-Experimental (doesn't work great or isn't tested), currently has the Key box (a pin that holds the box closed type deal)
In the folders are box and lid combos for commander, pauper and other 60 card formats, multiple decks, decks with tokens, and even oversized cards and there are more coming soon, and will be added to the zips as they are made available. Files may also move from experimental if they are tested or refined as well.
Sizes based and tested with Magic the Gathering Trading cards under the following conditions, I can't guarantee other card games will fit:
-no sleeve: no boxes (yet) but if needed its here, just a pack-fresh card
-Single sleeved: Dragon shield mattes
-double sleeved: Ultimate guard supremes with Ultimate guard borderfiers precise fit inners
Printer Settings used for test prints:
Printer = Micromake c1
Slicer = Cura
scale = 100%
layer height = 0.2
Speed = 60mm
extrusion = 110% (printer has issues at 100% this probably wont work well for you)
infill % = 20%
Brim = on for lid only
supports = 15% for lid only
If your deck box is a spring lock one, put springs and latches in the lid and seal up with the back-plate. Use some kind of glue preferably but tape can be used to test fit. Super glue is great but i've found wood glue to work pretty good too lol, just use what you have.
Once that has cured you may either use a paperclip or a piece of filament for your hinge pin, this may come down to your printers tolerances.
oldest (just a box with a tape and paper hinge), to newest in red... what your looking at
The road is made of plastic and pain
To get info on the older boxes see the legacy and "beefy" box here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2793367
This took alot longer than it should have to happen. Since the first deck box I've started playing commander and pretty much stopped 60 card all together save my one pauper tron deck (wonder which case above has that in it... If someone asks in the comments I'll post my paper template to make a lid cover like that). It was then i realized the size of the beefy box is just wrong, its too big, and parts of it such to print (looking at you back-plate). So i set off to change that.
Gone is the internal geometry that made resizing and customizing harder than it needed to be. In with a new latch design that doesn't such, and the option to just have a box nothing fancy. Bringing back slim boxes, and trying out things that don't involve springs, but these 50 files are just the beginning.
I will continue to post changes and updates on this project here so don't be afraid to criticize me in the comments, ask for a certain thing to happen (like man sure do with there was a 250 card deck box for my "Battle of Whits" deck, or even a different card game).
Upcoming ideas and changes:
-Finish all versions of v3 latch box
-Spellbox (opens like a book, same cae but horizontal i guess then)
-keybox v2 (slightly discussed in the experimental readme)
-draft box (40 sleeved, 6 packs-30ish cards un-sleeved)
-magnet box (uses magnets instead of a lock)
-Keyforge box sizes
-DeckBoxBox™ (a box for your box)
-DeckBoxBox™Box™ (a box for DeckBoxBox™, a box for your box)
-DeckBox(Box™)^3 (a box for your DeckBoxBox™Box™, a box for DeckBoxBox™, a box for your box)
-DeckBox(Box™)^4 (a box for your DeckBox(Box™)^3, a box for your DeckBoxBox™Box™, a box for DeckBoxBox™, a box for your box)