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Subject: Just finished my custom storage solution. rss

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I got the idea from an image someone posted on here of dice trays made with foamboard. I live in a rural area, so I had to use whatever box Walmart had and then design the dice tray and card tray around it. I like the way it ended up. It's sturdy and holds the dice well as long as it's not inverted. And I have room to stack another dice tray so I can make another one when Uncanny comes out.




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that is dope!
 
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Sweet.
 
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Nicely done, but you gotta get rid of those rubber bands on the cards. Rubber bands are death on cards. Lots of people like Hugo's Amazing Tape. Or custom tuckboxes.

I like that you've got room for the next expansion...
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anarchy wrote:
Nicely done, but you gotta get rid of those rubber bands on the cards. Rubber bands are death on cards. Lots of people like Hugo's Amazing Tape. Or custom tuckboxes.

I like that you've got room for the next expansion...



It's just temporary because of all the bends in the cards from the gravity feed. They are almost straight enough to take them off now. I put commons on the ends so it wouldn't damage important stuff
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Hm, this amazing tape stuff looks interesting. How wide do you get it for cards? Does it need to be as wide as the card, or will something like a half inch roll work?
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OCD mode kicking in. You have a Thor die mixed in with your Vibranium Shield dice. Urge gone, you may proceed.
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cryptickosh wrote:
OCD mode kicking in. You have a Thor die mixed in with your Vibranium Shield dice. Urge gone, you may proceed.



Everything in the right 2 columns are actually extras. The other columns all have 6 for each card, then I put the extras in the last 2 so some have 5 dice, some have 1.
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What case did you get from Walmart?
 
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I would really like to know how you did it, it looks really nice! Great job!
 
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What case did you get from Walmart?

It was in the section for homemade jewelry. It's a big hobby for women now. Next to the farbics in my walmart. It is advertised as holding 12x12 papers.

Nafmi wrote:
I would really like to know how you did it, it looks really nice! Great job!


Basically just get some foamboard and start cutting. I made the tray 9x12 so that I would have 3 inches for the cards. I then just lined the dice up in rows how I wanted them to fit and started drawing/cutting foamboard. When you cut the walls for each column, make sure they are shorter than the dice so you are able to grab them easily. The glue I used was Elmer's Probond. It tacks up quickly and dries strong and clear.
 
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