2015-01-11 (Su) Miscellaneous Board Game Pieces COMPLETED

During a board game night someone mentioned that a friend made board game pieces in the shape of an Erlenmeyer flask which was appropriate as a counter in a particular game. As an attempt to familiarize with Autodesk's 123D Design a flask shape was created. Four copies were printed in white ABS. The first attempt at printing directly from the new software failed but exporting to an stl file worked well and the standard printer software accepted the file easily.

Erlenmeyer flask stl file

123D Design screenshot of four flasks

Resulting pieces. They kind of look like the game pieces from Sorry!

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