Dice Tower, single piece, no supports required

by hirthwork Feb 17, 2019
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Loved this file. 100% came out great even with ghosting (which I knew I'd get because I increased my speed). I'm so pumped to have this for my game now! Thank you!

This thing is great wanted to buy you a beer for sharing but tipping is not enabled.

Just made this tower took 1 day 20 hours and 36 minutes. My first big print and came out perfect

started this but after about 3 hours the edges started to roll up off the printing bed. bed was set to 45 degrees pla was coming out at 195

On second attempt 55 hours in looks like it may complete. Just not sure if a 60 hour print is normal?

I'm prepping to print this for a co-worker. Has anyone printed this with a bigger nozzle? I'm planning to use an 0.6 and my only concern is the brick detail on the tower.

Great optimization for 3d printing ! Thank you!

This is probably the best looking and easiest to print dice tower out there, I'm so glad I've stumbled upon this. I've modified the base a bit - extended it and made four rececces for huge M12x37mm metal washers at the bottom just for additional weight, and now making it at 93% scale, using all avaliable table space on my Ender 3. It is turning out absolutely massive and I love it.

Thank you so much for making it.

How did it go? Can you post your settings and a picture? Ender 3 also but I'd love to know how it goes before I commit time/filament....

It went extremely well. Except I'm an idiot and forgot that my feedrate was set to 50% so it took about 50 hrs.

I don't remember and didn't save my settings unfortunately, but it's something like 3-4 lines for walls and 15-20% infill, nothing fancy. There is very little chance your print will fail, tower is really sturdy and with no overhangs whatsoever.

Also, maybe 93% is a bit overkill. The tower is about 201cm long at this scale.

And it's REALLY noisy in use :)