tracking pixel
ExtremeElementz

Slide-n-Lock Starter Box

by
ExtremeElementz
Follow
Follow
Remix Model
ExtremeElementz
ExtremeElementz
Image 1 of 5
Slide-n-Lock Starter Box 3d model
2D
3D
Makes
Slide-n-Lock Starter Box 3d model
Slide-n-Lock Starter Box 3d model
Slide-n-Lock Starter Box 3d model
Slide-n-Lock Starter Box 3d model
Slide-n-Lock Starter Box 3d model
This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
35 Likes84 DownloadsMay 11, 2024
This model is restricted by licensing terms. 


Slide-n-Lock Starter Box What you've been waiting for – the simplest and most enjoyable customizable system for crafting unique boxes, complete with the Slide-n-Lock feature. Choose from printing the example test model or dive straight into customization with one of the most user-friendly Autodesk Fusion 360 files available. You don't need to be a pro, and there's no need to purchase a Fusion license.

Simply open the file in Fusion 360, input the desired length, width, and height of your box, and export for printing! That's all – the Fusion 360 file takes care of all the heavy lifting for you, meticulously refined, labeled, and easy to navigate.

When remixing and sharing this file, please remember to provide proper attribution. You can give proper attribution by including this notice on your product page:

Slide-n-Lock Starter Box, © 2024 by ExtremeElementz is licensed under CC BY 4.0

Featured On MakerWorld & Printables

Where to start? I would start by printing the example test print (Box, Insert, Lid and Lock STLs) to get an idea how your filament will respond with a 0.2mm tolerance or jump right in by downloading Autodesk Fusion 360 for personal use for free.

How do I create my own box in Fusion 360? Accessing the Starter Kit File:

  • After downloading Fusion 360 and creating an Autodesk account, locate and open the Slide-n-Lock Starter Kit File. You can find this by clicking “Download All” button.

Opening the Fusion 360 File:

  • Once the file is downloaded, open it in Fusion 360.

Adjusting Parameters:

  • Navigate to "Modify" and select "Change Parameters." Adjust the dimensions of Length, Width, and Height in that order, followed by the Tolerance if necessary. These parameters control the interior dimensions and tolerance of the box.
  • For example, if you're creating a card box with dimensions 89mm x 64mm x 17mm, consider adding 2-3mm to each dimension for a comfortable fit. This would result in new dimensions of 91mm x 66mm x 19mm.

Exporting the File:

  • Choose "Export," name the file, and select "3MF Files (*3mf)" as the file type.
  • Click "Export" to save the adjusted file.

Things to know about the items you will be printing regardless of sizes.

  • Print Lid facing down
  • Use Supports (I like the Organic Trees option.)
  • I recommend printing the Slide Lock at 50mm/s for best results.
  • WAIT for the Slide Lock to cool down before removing it from the build plate.

35 Likes84 DownloadsMay 11, 2024





This model is restricted by licensing terms. 
35 Likes84 DownloadsMay 11, 2024
This model is restricted by licensing terms.