Need imperial power? I present you with more Darth Vader dice towers. To print these you will need to tweak the support settings. If you would rather avoid that, please see my "Darth Vader Dice Tower - No Supports Needed!" (Thing:3414880).
The Darth Vader Head is designed to work well with 17mm dice and below. You results come from the mouth of the dark lord himself. You could simply block the supports on the inside of the dice tower. Or tell your slicer that the minimum support angle is 70 degrees. If you have you filament properties dialed in, it will print.
The Darth Vader bust, lets you receive the results from the Dark Heart of the Sith! It will print in a similar way, but it is still under development. Printed at 75% size will work for dice smaller than 17mm. A full size print works for 17mm die, as shown in the images. You could simply block the supports on the central area of the dice tower. Instead I suggest you instruct your slicer that the minimum support angle is 70 degrees. Your support cleanup will be minimal.
Designed and printed on the M3D Promega
3/21/2019 - Revised Darth Vader Bust.
Amazon Basic PETG
Gray and Black
Both these models need you to tweak the supports to work properly, otherwise you will be faced with the almost impossible task of removing supports from the inside of a dice path. You could simply block the supports on the inside of the dice towers. Or tell Cura that the minimum support angle is 70 degrees, their dice path except for the very end of the Bust will print with minimal supports that need to be clean up.