A dice tower I modeled for my DM. There are two paths: a large number of dice can be rolled through the top, and one die at a time can be rolled through a channel in the balcony on the left (when looking at the window). The right balcony is just big enough for a 1 inch miniature to stand.
This is a BIG tower at nearly 30cm tall. It is split for my Flashforge but may require additional cutting down for smaller printers. It could probably also be scaled down to about 60% of the current size while still being functional (though the wiring channels may not be at the smaller size).
Stained glass window.
Print the window and use it to cut out a circle of clear plastic.
Use stained glass paints to paint the plastic and color the window.
Cover the inside of the window hollow in the tower with tinfoil or another reflective material.
Wire a 3mm clear bright LED into the hole at the base of the window hollow so that it is just poking up into the main hollow. Wires can be fed through channels into the hollow at the base of the tower where a battery can be placed.
Once wiring is finished glue the window pane over the top.
Miniature balcony with torches.
Torches are created from two red (or amber) 3mm LEDs. There are channels built into the model for running the wiring.
Use modeling clay (I used an epoxy sculpting putty) to sculpt the base of the torches around the wires. Make sure when doing this to keep the wires separate and avoid shorts.
Coat the entire interior of the bottom half of the tower with a layer of 2mm craft foam and another of felt. Extend this up the side dice channel. Use felt to line the inner part of the door, and the floor of the balcony with the side channel. This channel should be below the level of the DM screen and dice rolled through it make very little sound.
This is designed to eventually work with the Wyrmwood Gaming personal dice tray though at the moment the dimensions are a bit of a guess. I will probably update the model once I have had the chance to test it with an actual tray. For this current iteration of the tower the tray slot should start at no more than 37mm high and be at least 54mm wide. For silent roll use a craft foam and felt base and a felt edging in the tray.
The tabaxi mini seen on the balcony is one of the ever amazing MZ4250's models (https://www.shapeways.com/product/TK6993THQ/catfolk-shadow-sorceress) printed for one of our players.