This is my first organizer. I wanted to show off the fantastic visual flair of the game with the insert, although likely could have been more economical with the filament :)
Print the following:
1 x BA Cards
---1 x ALT BA Cards Left and 1 x ALT BA Cards Right
---I split the BA Cards model into two halves for printers that can't handle the full print
1 x BA Card Spacer (goes underneath the Cards model)
1 x BA Center Spacer
2 x BA Components Hex
1 x BA Components Hex Top
1 x BA Dice Hex
2 x BA Hex Lid - 1 goes on Dice Hex, one goes on Components Hex Top
2 x BA Player Card Spacer (go underneath two of the player boxes, split left and right)
1 x BA Ship Holder
1 x BA Space Strip Left
1 x BA Space Strip Right
2 x BA Tile Holders
4 x Player Box
The two Components Hex that you print stack (doesn't matter the order), then are topped by the Components Hex Top, and then one of the two Hex Lids. I printed each of these three Components Hex pieces in a different color: grey for UFOs, red for Debris and white for the diamonds. I would have the debris or the diamonds be the top (Components Hex Top) piece since it is a bit shallower than the other two, and print one of the Hex lids to match Components Hex Top if you are doing colors.
The Space Strips snap together. The Spes large hex tile goes in the middle tile of the 5 'support' hexes of the two Strip holders. That middle support is slightly lower than the 2 on the sides, to fit the Hex in before you overlay the larger space strips.
Player boxes are from a fantastic Teotihuacan insert here https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3268841 which in turn were based off a design by Sislar found here https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2955869
The Spacers can be at your lowest quality / fastest print settings.
Autodesk Fusion 360
Lots of YouTube how-tos to learn this tool :)