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Dice Tower v2.1 (sliding cover)
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A dice tower for keeping rolling dice contained. This version includes a sliding removable cover over the landing area and the tower opening so that the structure can be used for transportation and storage. The covers utilize a ball/catch at one end to keep them closed and simple friction to open. The tower is solid (filled) beneath the ramp for stability and sturdiness.

Dimensions are given in LEGO units and mm*:

LANDING/STORAGE AREA:
Height - 3.33LU (31.2mm)
Depth (interior) - 3LU (28.8mm)
Length (exterior) - 21LU (168mm)
Length (interior) - 18LU (144mm)
Width (exterior) - 16LU (128mm)
Width (interior) - 14LU (112mm)

TOWER:
Height - 15.33LU (147.2mm)

TOWER OPENING: (top/entrance)**
Width (exterior) - 16LU (128mm)
Width (interior) - 14LU (112mm)
Length (exterior) - 14LU (112mm)
Length (interior) - 12LU (96mm)

TOWER OPENING: (bottom/exit)
Width (interior) - 8LU (64mm)
Height (interior) - 4LU (approx. 38mm)

* 1 LEGO unit (LU) is equal to the size of one 1x1 LEGO brick. The metric measurement is calculated, not directly measured.

** The tower opening varies in width/length from top to bottom to effectively "roll" the dice before reaching the landing area.

NOTE: This design is created based on several other dice tower ideas. I've not yet had the opportunity to gather the LEGO and construct it myself. Please let me know of any problems you encounter with the design.

I've also been informed that not all of the pieces used in this model are actually available in the colors chosen here. If you intend to use this model to build a physical structure, be sure to check color availability.
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sebkauff
4 months ago
pretty slick I like the colors.
G_Hosa_Phat
4 months ago
@sebkauff - Yeah, unfortunately, some of the bricks I used aren't actually available (at least, officially) in the colors I've chosen, so if I ever get around to doing a physical build, I'll need to adjust the color scheme to use what I can get my hands on.
sebkauff
4 months ago
that is too bad
you should check out my models.
sebkauff
4 months ago
you can just add tag sebkauff to see my models
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