Dice Tower - Castle Staircase


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Make your dice games fair, and more fun, with this dice tower. Drop the dice in the top and watch them tumble down the stairs and out the door. The tower consists of the top dice drop, spiral staircase, landing doorway with a knight, and landing dice tray. It will also include a plastic sleeve to be placed in a groove to contain the die as they tumble down the stairs.

The tower is 3D printed in biodegradable PLA plastic in Saratoga Springs, NY and is approximateley 12 inches tall.

I will print the entire tray in the color that you select, but if you would like pieces printed in different colors, just send me a note with your order. You can mix and match any color!

Designer Lau85 has given BITS 3D permission to print their design and they will receive a percentage of every sale. If you want to tip the designer as well, you can do so at their listing at this link: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2839354

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3D printed items are not heat-resistant. Although PLA plastic can withstand temperatures up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit (60 Celsius), it can become soft if put in dishwasher, hot water, or even left in a car on a warm day.

Wash 3D prints with a cloth of warm water and mild soap. Most prints are not water-tight.

If a part breaks, you can glue it back together with superglue, Loc-tite gel, epoxy, or any other glue safe for plastics.
3D printed items can be painted with acrylic paints or any other paints that are safe for plastic or PLA plastic. It is recommended that they are primed first. Use of model car paints or spray paint for plastics work well.

If you want to remove visible layer lines, you can sand prior to priming. If sanding removes the natural color from a print, it can sometimes be restored by rubbing olive oil on it. Note that most items are not completely solid and only have approximately a 1mm solid surface so be cautious to not sand down too many layers.


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