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Subject: So... where are the 3D-printed inserts? rss

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Doug Stewart
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Before I break out my calipers and start trying to design an insert myself, am I missing something? My Google-Fu fails me -- I can't seem to find any evidence of anyone even starting to work on such a thing in the wide, vast hinterlands of the Internet.

Anyone know of one?
 
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We don't have an entry for it yet on this fairly exhaustive list - 3D Prints for Board Games
 
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Doug Stewart
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seanp wrote:
We don't have an entry for it yet on this fairly exhaustive list - 3D Prints for Board Games


Yup! One of the first places I checked.

...Calipers, it is!
 
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Ingo Charton
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Maybe there is no fanmade insert because most folks just buy the Big Box which has a great insert for the base game and both expansions?
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I made a foam core insert for the base game before the expansions were released ( Here it is ) but got the big box with the expansions on Kickstarter so the original insert is no longer in use... Ingo's probably right

 
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Molokov wrote:
I made a foam core insert for the base game before the expansions were released ( Here it is ) but got the big box with the expansions on Kickstarter so the original insert is no longer in use... Ingo's probably right



Sure, and Scythe's Legendary box serves a similar purpose, yet I can't count the number of Scythe insert variants on Thingiverse. *grin*

Point is: I've got this 3D printer and I'm champing at the bit. I'd love to coherently make the core and both expansions fit in the core box. It's close, but not quite there.
 
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