Threats and accident response rules - dice
A model set including an octahedral cube and 32 interchangeable faces for it. The cube can be used as a tool for educational games in safety education lessons, early childhood education, or in the homeroom hour - for example, to discuss safety on holiday.
The set consists of 33 models. The files in the set have been prepared in such a way as to be printed separately or as a part of one printout.
If you want to print more copies of the selected item, you can use the multiplier in the slicer ("multiply model" function). Use the "+" and "-" buttons to set the desired number of models and the slicer will automatically place them on the worktop.
Among the files to be printed you will find:
Threats - plate 1 - set of 16 faces,
Threats - plate 2 - set of 16 faces,
Threats - situations - set of 8 faces depicting dangerous situations,
Threats - natural environment - set of 8 faces depicting natural disasters,
Threats - first aid - set of 8 faces depicting situations that require first aid,
Threats - various - set of 8 faces depicting other dangerous situations.
Model size (XYZ): a plate with 16 faces - 123 x 126 x 13 mm / single dice -71 x 55 x 64 mm.
Printing time: a plate with 16 faces - 8 h 4 min / single dice - 6 h 13 min.
Filament quantity: a plate with 16 faces - 115 g / single dice - 92 g.
Recommended filament type: SkriPLA / PLA.
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After printing the model, it may be necessary to remove support elements from the grooves. The easiest way to remove them is with a knife or tweezers.