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This 3D-Printed Dice Tower Features a Spiral Staircase

by Conner Flynn
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I’ve always been against using dice towers. I just never saw the point since I am perfectly capable of rolling the dice myself. But having said that, occasionally you roll really horribly and embarrass yourself. You have only yourself to blame. But I just realized that if you use a dice tower, you can blame it on the dice tower. So I may just start using one. This 3D-printed dice tower is one of the loveliest I have ever seen.

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It’s called the Spiral Dice Tower from The3DForgeShop. It will look cool in your home and compliments your Dungeons and Dragons or other medieval-themed games. It lets you witness the dice tumbling down a twisty spiral staircase, and uses the plastic from a 1.5-liter soda bottle as the outer wall to prevent dice from spraying out everywhere.

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I love the amount of detail in this thing. It even has a knight statue embedded on the wall, next to the exit.

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It’s actually based on Thingiverse contributor Lau85’s design so you can make for one yourself if you have a 3D printer, or you can pay about $32, and get one pre-made. All dice towers should look this good.

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[via Yanko Design via Mike Shouts]



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