The laser-cut prototype finally came in and I'm quite pleased with the results. Everything fits together properly and the actual dice rolling is great - I wasn't able to get any dice to jump out of the tray like I was seeing with foam-core.
There are some adjustments that need to be made however. It's really difficult to put together mainly because the ramp gaps aren't snug enough. It's also incredibly loud, so felt lining seems like a must.
over 1 year ago
by R.A. Ray
The local game shop has agreed to sell my dice tower, so now I'm trying to get it production ready. It might not look it, but I've reworked the entire box based on the previous prototype. This, hopefully final, version is a bit shorter and the joints have more overlap in addition to some nodules to help things stay tight.
This model is from SketchUp. I wanted to test my dimensions without having to deal with foam-core again.
8 months ago
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