Create your own dice tray with lid and rolling mat. This is an excellent way controlling your important dice rolls without causing havoc on your carefully set up board currently with more than 10 customizable parameters.
Step 1 - Selecting your personal settings:
Most of the settings are self-explanatory however the Smooth Radius, Tray Style and Lock Style may require a little explaining.
- Smooth Radius: Is the radius of the rounding inside the tray when using the rounded style but is the distance of the chamfer from the inside of the tray wall when using the style Chamfer
- Tray Style:
The straight w/ rounded edge is where the wall of the tray is straight on both sides but with a small fillet at the bottom.
The Chamfer is where the tray wall on the outside is straight but has a chamfer on the inside from top to bottom.
- Lock Style:
None is just a lid without a lock.
Slide lock is three hooks on the side of the lid so it can be sleet in over the tray.
Strap lock is two loops where you can wrap a strap through.
Step 2 - Printing:
When making the dice tray the lid and mat are optional.
- The tray itself requires no support or additional work to make.
- The lid will in some configurations require a bit of support build on the model itself.
- The mat is meant to be printed in a flex material to take some of the noise from rolling the dice.
Step 3 - Tips & Tricks
- To make a round dice tray just make the diameter of the corners larger than the width and depth of the tray (The locks on the lid, may not work)
- To make a "oval" shaped dice tray just make the diameter of the corners larger than the width of the tray
- To make a tray with a straight wall and no fillet or chamfer: select the chamfer style and set the Smooth Radius to 0
- To accommodate for carrying dice in your dice tray remember to account for the Bottom Thickness, 2mm from the lid as well as Mat Thickness (Optional)
Should you experience a configuration that does not work or something that the model is missing then just write an I will look in to it.