Fits a deck of cards about 2.5" x 3.5" x 1.5" in size. I printed these ones out nine per letter-sized page of double-sized cardstock from http://hardcodex.ru/. This is a complete set of druid spell cards for standard 5e d&d, not including anything from the expansions, for size reference. (Art for the back of these cards was adapted for personal use from CrowCrownStudio on etsy)
Art for the front of the box was adapted for personal use only from avalon18 on redbubble and is not included in the svg for download. I put a text box on the cover there so you would know where to add your own art, but didn’t turn it into a path so the gui won’t include it if you want to upload directly.
Box is designed for 3mm baltic birch from amazon; as always, ymmv for living hinge designs.
Right click, save as image on the preview above for the file, or you can download this zip version Spell_Card_Deck_Box.zip (3.3 KB)
@deirdrebeth I actually have a lot of experience with live hinges, it’s not so much the amount removed as it is the frequency of the hinge, you would effectivly be doubling the hinge in amount of cuts so it compensates for the woods thickness. I’ve made several 1/4th deck boxes for magic cards with live hinges and it works very well, just my experience though.
Thank you so much for this deck box, it worked out perfectly for what I was wanting to try. I did make a slight modification for a rotating lock instead of the pin closure. Here’s what it became! Awesome file, thank you!
Can’t even figure out a way to explain it to be honest, and I’d feel weird uploading another creator’s modified file, so here’s a picture that shows what I ended up settling on and explains the bits. The fit of the cross pins ultimately ended up being a fraction too loose, so superglue became my friend. The natural tension of the flex part means it slightly “pops” open when it’s unlocked, but the little bit of tab I left on the side panel keeps the cover from sliding around when it’s locked closed.