Introduction: Complete Game With 3d Printer, Printed in Box With Pawns (box Is Game Board)
the idea was, to make a game 3d printed and special for husky lovers
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Step 1: Step 1: the Idea
i wanted a easy game and then special for my hobby ( huskys)
. nowhere to buy anything whit huskys, so i made it myself.
its tic-tac-toe but then whit huskys
i used tinkercad to make the box
i scanned a husky figurine to use as a pawn
the whole game is 3d printed
Step 2: Step 2: Make the Box
the outside is also the gameboard. So there are also grooves in so you see the 9 playing fields.
Step 3: Step 3: the Tray
the pawns must fit into the tray ( lying on the side).
you must open easy the tray, so i made a special shelf whitch you can pull the tray open.
i make a husky head on it ( design)
the tray is squire whit raised edges ( and little holes for my special design)
Step 4: Step 4: the Pawn ( Husky)
i scanned a figurine from a husky.
i made it a .stl file so i can work whit it in tinkercad. ( photo: white husky)
the legs are weak, when you play whit it ( i think the break easy)
so i costumize them.
i made a bottem plate ( photo2:), and i put the husky on it ( photo3)
and then i rezised it so it fitted to the game
Step 5: Step5: Printed the Pawn
because you play the game whit 2 persone, you need also 2 colours husky
i printed 5 grey and 5 brown huskys
the box is also grey so i print together in cura
( and the shelf and 5 huskys i printed brown together)
Step 6: Step 6: Ready
you can see the (husky) pawns fitt into the shelf.
game over, and easy putting away.
so the game is also easy to take whit you when you go away.
Participated in the
3D Printing Contest 2016