A few months ago I published an article with some awesome game accessories you can 3D print. This is a continuation of that list with a focus on 3D printed game organizers. Hopefully these little treasures will give you a useful printing project and help you to organize your board games in the process. I want to give these designers a special thanks for sharing their work. Be sure to share your own favorite 3D printable board game organizers and accessories.

Pandemic 3D printed card holders

In my last post I shared some great boxes you can print to hold all of the components for Pandemic. These bad boys should round off your set and give you something nice to keep your cards in.

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Pandemic 3D printed accessories
by Ashley Stancill

Splendor printed Component Holder

This is such a classy way to carry your copy of Splendor. I love the lettering at the top of the box and the tight fit of all the components.

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3D printed board game accessories
by Pierre Baillargeon

Code Name 3D Printed Game Organizer

Here is another one from Pierre Baillargeon. This little rig will keep the cards in Code Names in line and under control. I particularly love the little timer stow away hole.

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3d printed board game organizer for Codenames
by Pierre Baillargeon

Smash Up 3D printed game organizer

Smash up has a lot of cards, and anyone that buys an expansion knows that the box can become quickly out grown.  Nicolas Bazin has taken the time to create a holder for many of the decks.

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3d printed board game organizer
by Nicolas Bazin

Memoir ’44 printed Hill Tiles

This is more of an accessory than it is an organizer, but I had to share it. The worst thing about setting up a game of Memoir ’44 is hunting through all of the tiles to find the hills and forests. This is a great solution to add some variety and practicality to the games and setup.

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3D printed board game accessories
by Rob R.

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