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90 Day Goal Tracker

3D model description

Submission for the #XYZCHALLENGE

UPDATE: My original upload contained an incorrect version of part "Tile_split_print90x2.stl". The tabs on the side of the tile are 1mm too long. Please re-download the file for the correct version, or you can simply trim the tabs on the tile pieces if you have already printed them.

Have you made a New Years Resolution to lose weight? Maybe you've chosen to start a 90-day exercise program, or diet plan? Staying motivated is tough, and visual feedback of your progress can help you stay on track!

This 90-day goal tracker is a simple yet elegant way to keep track of your day-to-day progress on any task. Simply flip over a tile every time you complete your routine, and you'll be on your way to success. Know exactly how far you need to go, and how close you are to the finish line!

3D printing settings

You'll need a large print bed for this project, at least 280x280mm.

Print each of the frame sections with the flat side down, the bottom frame section should be printed with the large ellipse down. These parts would look great in a wood filament!

Print two of the "holder_90_print2.stl" part. One for the front, one for the back. I recommend black PLA.

Print 90 of the "Tile_split_print90x2.stl" part in one color (for example white PLA), and 90 more in a different color (red).

Glue the tiles together back to back, with one color for the front and the other color for the back. Allow to dry.

Lay one section of the holder down on its flattest side, with the tile depressions facing up.

Lay the completed tiles in each of the spaces of the holder.

Glue the other half of the holder in place with the tile depressions facing down, being careful NOT to get any glue in the depressions. The tiles should spin freely. The tabs on the sides of the tiles should be slightly wider front-to-back than top-to-bottom to help them rest in place upright. You may need to clean up the edges with a knife.

Glue the frame sections in place, making sure they are square.


Note: Tolerances were set to 0.2mm. if your pieces do not fit well, or the tiles do not rotate easily, you may need to adjust scale 1-2% for the specified part when printing. I recommend printing both of the holder sections first, then two tile pieces to test fit, and finally one of the frame sections to test fit as well.

  • 3D file format: STL





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