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Anyone has information on the card size for the game? Might need to prepare the sleeves in advance due to the flimsiness of the card.

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Joshua R
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Pretty sure I measured them at exactly 2.5 x 3.5 inches, but I came here looking for a confirmation of that because I'm planning on 3D printing a new set of scrolling trays and need to design them.

If anyone has the cards handy and can confirm, that'd be sweet.
 
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Related to the card size and sleeves, will the trays hold sleeved cards or are they too narrow?
 
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Murr wrote:
Related to the card size and sleeves, will the trays hold sleeved cards or are they too narrow?


They should hold cards + sleeves, if you use tight sleeves.

/Olle
 
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I used UltraPro for the large cards and they fit in the trays fine, not sure what to use for the small cards, Fantasy Flight yellow is too narrow and Fantasy Flight Red is too long.
 
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I have corrected my post above; they're 2.5 x 3.5. I hope nobody else went as far as I did and designed a 3D model of better cards trays and printed a couple out on a makerbot only to get them home and realize I provided the incorrect specs, hahaha.... Ah, well - I measured again and this time it's right.
 
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reitoei wrote:
I have corrected my post above; they're 2.5 x 3.5. I hope nobody else went as far as I did and designed a 3D model of better cards trays and printed a couple out on a makerbot only to get them home and realize I provided the incorrect specs, hahaha.... Ah, well - I measured again and this time it's right.


Ah no, for goodness sake, you should print them on an Ultimaker!
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Nirkit wrote:
reitoei wrote:
I have corrected my post above; they're 2.5 x 3.5. I hope nobody else went as far as I did and designed a 3D model of better cards trays and printed a couple out on a makerbot only to get them home and realize I provided the incorrect specs, hahaha.... Ah, well - I measured again and this time it's right.


Ah no, for goodness sake, you should print them on an Ultimaker!


Haha! I totally agree.
 
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Nirkit wrote:
reitoei wrote:
I have corrected my post above; they're 2.5 x 3.5. I hope nobody else went as far as I did and designed a 3D model of better cards trays and printed a couple out on a makerbot only to get them home and realize I provided the incorrect specs, hahaha.... Ah, well - I measured again and this time it's right.


Ah no, for goodness sake, you should print them on an Ultimaker!

A nice, high-resolution machine, for sure... But incapable of printing something 267 mm long, as would be required for a 3-card tray. Maybe their next version.
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So which sleeves for the cards?
 
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I used Ultra Pro for the standard cards, and Mayday Mini Euro for the status cards. Their sleeves were thin and narrow enough to fit in the trays. I had issues using my Ultra Pro sleeves for the smaller cards. A smidgen too long.
 
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townsean wrote:
I used Ultra Pro for the standard cards, and Mayday Mini Euro for the status cards.


I tried the Mayday mini Euro (blue) and they were the correct width, but were about a quarter of an inch too long.
 
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mergryphon wrote:
townsean wrote:
I used Ultra Pro for the standard cards, and Mayday Mini Euro for the status cards.


I tried the Mayday mini Euro (blue) and they were the correct width, but were about a quarter of an inch too long.


I've seen a few people manually crop the sleeves to the right length. It's a quick and neat process and works fine after that.
 
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The UltraPro ProFit (64x89) is a really snug fit.
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