Are you in need of a "Chicken Darts", "Connect Four", "Cornhole", "Football Toss", "Ladder Golf" and / or "Nerf Target" game medal?
Neither am I.
But my wife needed six medals for an office picnic gaming challenge, so her management team provided sketches (much like the attached "Ladder Golf" sketch) for each medal, and from those sketches I designed and 3D printed these dual extruded medals (Note: I became aware that the "Cornhole" medal sketch was a very close copy of a commercial version thus it may be removed if necessary).
I 3D printed these medals on an Ultimaker 3 Extended dual extrusion printer using Ultimaker Yellow in extruder 1 and Ultimaker Black in extruder 2. All medals were printed at .15mm layer height with 20% infill and no supports. The ".3mf" files include the dual extruded medals ready to print. The file "Disk for Connect Four Medal.stl" is a small disk that may be printed in the colors of your choosing and glued in place on the Connect Four medal if desired.
So the wife is very happy. And me? I'll just stick with I'm on to completing the next project in the queue and say no more...
My congratulations in advance to the game winners!
Oh, and of course, I probably forgot something, so let me know and I'll try my best to remedy it.
Designed using Autodesk Fusion 360, sliced using Cura 4.2, and printed in PLA on an Ultimaker 3 Extended.
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