Shipping Container

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A simple shipping container made partially out of 3mm HDF and 2mm cardboard.

Can be stacked horizontally or vertically.

The pack contains 2 models.

The parts are pre-cut to shorten assembly time.

Model supplied disassembled and unpainted. Contains assembly instructions.

CAUTION!: Model assembly requires glue - it's best to use wood glue (waterproof PVA - white)

Assembly complexity: easy

Model size after assemby:

Height: 65mm

Length: 147mm

Width: 65mm

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Product reviews (3)

28 October 2014

Bought one of these a few weeks ago and assembled and painted it last weekend. It looks great on the table, also it's sturdy and functional. Assembly was bit of a problem though. The inner cardboard parts that form the walls seemed to be a tad too big to fit inside the octagonal rims. In the end, I bent the floor to go inside the structure, but this meant that I couldn't glue the floor to the rims. Doesn't seem to affect the rigidity negatively and it's completely invisible in gaming use anyway. But for the price of 2 containers, this thing blows away all other containers from other manufacturers that I've seen. 4 out of 5. /// 'Zen Terrain answers : The containers are designed to be very tight fit - it is best to assemble before painting - the rims that go in the middle do not need any glue at all to keep the container in shape. It needs a bit of pushing here and there but they will fit. As a last resort you can file down a bit the cardboard part.' - Edit: We've changed the cardboard to a thinner version - please see next comment on how to deal with assembly. -

15 February 2015

One small complaint with the shipping containers. They are proving hard to assemble. The weird thing is: it's not because the cardboard section is too's actually too loose! I'm having unsightly gaps between the wood frames and the cardboard, and the wood frames slide around (even with glue) because they are not contacting the cardboard enough. I have the cardboard as far "outwards" as it can go and it still isn't a good fit. Very odd. //'Zenterrain answers: We've had a few complaints about the fit being too tight before so we made the cardboard slightly thinner. We made checks with that type and everything seemed to be in order. If you find yours being to loose one thing to do might be painting the cardboard before assembly. The cardboard tends to swell a bit after that and the fit should be perfect. It should help with the gaps even if the unit has been assembled already. With the previous type when it was painted before assembly it made it nigh impossible to put together.'

2 May 2017

As already meant by Jarrett Lee, i have some gaps between the cardboard and the MDF. After reading the comment of him i tried to paint the cardboard first, but even with that its still very loose. The upcoming 12 additional containers will be a hard job. However, i will get through this because of the very nice design.

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