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I don’t play much D&D but we do play a bunch of board games, a 3D printed dice tower makes some games much cleaner and easier to play!
Here’s a fairly big one I printed for a friend to sit as a permanent feature on his gaming table. It’s since been painted.
But aside from D&D it’s really nice to be able to print replacement board game pieces (looking at you Risk & Monopoly).
I’ve been meaning to print some dice in a coloured transparent resin to add to the collection.
That is a sweet dice tower.
Love to see the painted version.
Thats badass! How long did that take to print?
giving my gaming group some towers this christmas. The Gringots bank version is in progress.
Those are awesome towers!! I love the glooks of Gringots so far.
I’ve only got a couple shots of painting in progress, but all the parts were coated separate, then some fake vines were also added going up the tower. The water at the bottom is a nasty green to look like swamp water, a clear epoxy coating was added on top of it.
Just under a week, it’s just under half a meter tall overall. I did use two printers at once to speed things along a bit, a cr10 for the bigger base and a Ender 3 for the smaller sections and the internal stairs.
Luckily I only had one failure along the way!
I got the gringots’ on Thingiverse
The others are by Kim Bourrie in her two Kickstarters called Fates end and Fates end 2.
I will also print a dragon themed paint rack as my next X-mass gift project. Will upload when done.
Did you design your tower or is it a download?
had many issues with my Cthulhu toower.
Problems with slicer settings and with my printer. 3 fails and 1 success. 26 hour job for the complete tower.
Using 6mm nozzle, 2mm quality, 40mm speed, 10% infill with 2 infill line multipliers. Very strong and faster than 25% infill
These are all so cool! Well done guys, glad im not the only “nerd” here
The Cthulhu tower looks like a epic feat on a FDM printer! So many overhangs and odd shapes.
My first thought was “huh, that would look cool in clear resin”, just looks so complex for FDM ahaha.
That looks awesome!!!