A 3D print for easy Dungeons & Dragons screens

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There are thousands of 3D prints out there for Dungeons & Dragons, usually to represent characters and environments, but this one is a bit more utilitarian.

These printed Greek columns stand 21 centimetres tall and come with slots in the bases to hold onto cheat sheets or any other relevant info for the DM and the players, creating a neat little screen.

The design was created by Michele Allori who was looking for a suitable present birthday present for a friend about to start a campaign. After some searching the only screens available were from from outside the country, so to save time and money importing them Allori simply created something new.

Using printed versions of these great PDFs from a Reddit user, Allori designed the columns in Fusion 360 and sat through 38 hours of printing using a 30% wood PLA filament.

You can see the finished result in the gallery below and you can find the files to make your own over on Thingiverse.

The paper used in this version is a standard A4, but you can always scale the print up or down to suit your needs.

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Clinton Matos

Clinton has been a programmer, engineering student, project manager, asset controller and even a farrier. Now he handles the maker side of htxt.africa.