A variation on my core stacking tray system, especially adapted to Dwarven Forge tile sets. These will not stack with the other sets offered on this site as they are specifically sized for Dwarven Forge tiles. I designed these as a gift for a friend who bought into the original Kickstarter and I am willing to share them with you for your own personal use. This file contains a shallow carrying-display tray, a cover tray that doubles as a riser and a deep carrying tray that I use for carrying tile blanks. Each tray will hold 36 tiles in a 6×6 layout. Each tray can be produced on one 24″ x 18″ (Arch C) sheet and has ample blank tiles to use as spacers to hold the dungeon tiles in place. The trays can be made of MDF or other safe-to-laser cut material. The pattern is designed with a 0.5″ safety margin around the edge of the frame.
Formatted for cutting at 300 DPI on 3mm (.125″ or eighth inch) thick MDF, ply or acrylic using 24″ x 18″ (Arch C sheet size) the size across the bed of an Epilog Helix that I normally use. I have provided the PDF, AI and the SVG file that I converted online at https://cloudconvert.com/vsd-to-svg.
This file is provided at a nominal fee for personal hobby use and is shared “as is”. Proceeds from the sale of this pattern will be given to a gaming related charity. It is also published under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/. “As is” means that I am not obligated to redesign this product or make any formatting changes by request, unless…
a) I produced something that has a blatant error within it,
b) I have the free time,
c) You ask nicely, and/or,
d) We come to some sort of mutually beneficial agreement. Commissions might also be considered.
In no way is this pattern approved or endorsed by Dwarven Forge, or Ikea, to include it’s designers of Expedit or Kallax book cases. The use here of their company or product names is in no way meant to be a challenge to their copyright or license. It is a mere fact that these trays are designed to fit within those square spaces using that line of dungeon tiles.
Don @ Yellow Sign Studio