Singularity Boxes

Singularity Boxes


Singularity Boxes are a 3D printed game storage system. The boxes are compatible with and work alongside the Bitbox System. The collection of sizes and accessories is ever-growing and I'm always taking new suggestions through Patreon.
Singularity Boxes mixed with Bitboxes.
A variety of Singularity Boxes.

All box sizes and accessories are available to Singularity Games patrons:

The Deck Box and Small Box sizes are available to download for free on Thingiverse thanks to the support of my patrons:
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3962619


Cross section of the small Singularity Box with lid.
Singularity Boxes are designed to maximize volume, ease-of-printing and utility. The design does not require supports to print. The lids are pressure fit and print separately from the base box. This means that no additional hardware is required and there are no tricky mechanisms to print, however it may be worth printing one of the deck boxes first to check your printers tolerances. I typically print the boxes using common "default" settings of 0.2 mm layer height and a 0.4mm nozzle for the nicest finish, however I have also test printed them at a 0.3mm layer height and a 0.6mm nozzle for a faster print.



Singularity Box Lids:

Each box has a lid that prints separately from the base of the box. There are currently two lid variations: one with and one without a finger groove. The finger groove makes the lid easier to get off. The standard lid, without the grooves, hold a bit stronger to the base, however I have found the difference to be largely negligible in practice.
Standard lid for the small box.
Finger groove lid for the small box



Singularity Box Bases:

Deck Box:

External dimensions: 44mm x 75mm x 96mm
The deck box holds ~120 standard playing cards; enough space to hold each version of the Singularity Deck. The boxes can also fit sleeved cards.
Hive in a deck box.
12mm dice and the Singularity Deck in a deck box.

Double-Deck Box:

External dimensions: 88mm x 75mm x 96mm
The double-deck box is twice the size of the deck box.
Paperback in a double deck box.
Pandemic Iberia in a double deck box.

Small Box:

External dimensions: 88mm x 150mm x 96mm
The small box is twice the size of the double-deck box. This box matches the external dimensions of the small Bitbox.
Looney Pyramids in a small box.
A half-full box of Looney Pyramids.

Medium Box:

External dimensions: 176mm x 150mm x 96mm
The medium box is twice the size of the small box. This box matches the external dimensions of the medium Bitbox.
Orleans stored in a medium box.
The Ultimate Gipf Board and pieces stored in a medium box.

Large Box:

External dimensions: 264mm x 150mm x 96mm
The large box is equal to the size of one and a half medium boxes or three small boxes. This box matches the external dimensions of the large Bitbox.
Quick word of caution: my printer is not large enough to accommodate these boxes, so I have not been able to test print them.

The Extra-Large Box:

External dimensions: 352mm x 150mm x 96mm
The extra-large box is equal to the size of two medium boxes or four small boxes. This box matches the external dimensions of the extra-large Bitbox.
Quick word of caution: my printer is not large enough to accommodate these boxes, so I have not been able to test print them.



Specialized Accessories and Inserts:

These are specialized containers for specific games or gaming accessories.

Looney Pyramid Holder:

This is a specialized holder for looney pyramids designed for the small Singularity Box. It holds 30 sets of pyramids.
Looney Pyramid tray.
A half-full box of pyramids.
30 sets of Looney Pyramids with Zendo cards and dice.

Special lid that makes a great display for the pyramids.
The tray sits on top of the pyramids to help hold them in place and provide a space for accessories.