Laser cut dice tower
by Jason_Moore0, published
Happy new year to all. Here is a layout of parts to make a dice tower. I have not built this. I dont have a laser cutter. I built these plans from scratch, after seeing the tiki tower.
If you happen to make one, please send Me a pic at least. I will add your pic to the images here and note you for reference. I dont know if or when I'll be able to make this myself.
Cut all parts from 1/8" material. (wood, acrylic, plastic, etc,) secure with the appropreate type of glue.
Test fit all parts before assembly, I'm only human. See attached pic for reference
Assemble baffles and inner tower first (grey dashed lines on attached image)
3 short baffles in tower, 1 long springboard baffle on bottom, tower "boot shaped" sides, front, back and "toe" plate.
Attach u shaped bottom support on bottom of inner tower. (see under side view with drawer and baffles removed for orientation)
Attach back outer tower (part with the small door on the ground floor) to back of u shaped piece.
Attach outer tower sides (2) and drawer guiderails (2)
Attach tower front. (should be the only large piece left, the one with the big opening on the bottom.).
OPTIONAL attach tower top supports to outer tower walls. 4 on each side. these are not neccesary for the tower to work. they are for decoration.
Attach tower top floor to inner and outer tower tops. (and supports if attached in pervious step.)
Attach tower top parapet walls.
Assemble dice drawer. (back, sides (2) floor, and arched drawer front)
- Set tower over dice drawer. if you try and slide it in the springboard baffle will not allow it to slide in for storage. .
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