Source site: thingiverse
License type: General Public License, others
Reference to source: Kingdom Builder - Organizer for Original Box - Fits all 4 Expansions!
This is a box organization system for Kingdom Builder, one of my favorite tabletop games. Using these components, you will be able to fit the following into the original 290 x 290 x 82mm box the base game came in:
Each expansion is stored in a separate module. The only things you'll need to combine are the cards (which are stored all together above the base-game) and the boards (which live in one big stack in the middle of the box). But veteran builders of kingdoms should be adept at sorting out the appropriate cards for each board, so I didn't see this as a problem.
What doesn't fit
Space is tight, so I've only made room for the goal and challenge cards in one language.
While I did my best to constrain all the components using the geometry of the modules, I still find that it is a good idea to use rubber bands for:
Keeps things from coming loose in the box.
Please note that I do not yet own Harvest (the 4th expansion), so that particular module is currently untested. I have tested the fit of the appropriate number of power-up tiles and plates, but I don't yet know for certain whether the rest of the components fit well. Those components (the meeples for Scout Cabin and the tokens for Cathedral) should go into the two little cubbies inside the compartment for the power-up plates. Convoluted, I know, but it was getting really crowded in that box! If someone owns Harvest and prints this, I'd appreciate any feedback you can give in the comments!
I have an Original Prusa i3 MK2S MMU, so I designed each module with a label in a different color. If you have an MMU, use the files starting with "Kingdom Builder MMU - " and enjoy how fancy it makes things look!
If you don't have a multi-material printer, don't sweat it! The files starting with "Kingdom Builder - " will do just fine. These have engraved labels, so you'll still be able to remember the names of the expansions. :P
Plan on printing many of these with supports. In order to pack components in, I had to hollow out all sorts of little cubbies in the blocks, so there's a bit of clean-up required. But it's totally worth it for the results!
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