== 05/09/2019 ==
I've added a variant of the container body file that is taller, thus increasing the dice storage for all your dicey needs.
I also took a page out of TryggrMann's book, and made a version of the container lid with the top stones aligned. (Check out his remix here : https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3615209)
== 05/06/2019 ==
Updated individual STL files to be scaled correctly. The original individual files had the model scale slightly too small to hold a proper 12 oz can. This was simply due to an error on my part where I accidentally uploaded early prototype versions of the file instead of the final draft. My bad, rookie mistake.
This is a multipurpose dice container that can be used for D&D, or what ever else you want! How is it multipurpose you ask? Well, simply put, this thing:
- holds your dice
- holds your mini
- holds your beer (or soda)
- has a 3" diameter, meaning it fits standard map tile sizes and can be used as a piece of impromptu terrain should your party ever come across a tower or anything generically cylindrical.
It's about the size of a 12oz can, and comfortably holds 3 sets of dice, but can hold more depending on their size and if you want to get all Tetris about it. In the pictures, the mini compartment is lined with felt. It obviously doesn't come printed this way, but it's a cheap and simple modification that looks sharp and adds protection to your mini. Additionally, if you want to go buck-wild, you can print multiples of these, and screw them into each other to create a super mega awesome big tower of destruction!
The STLs should have the tower's optimally oriented for a print bed. If your printer is amazing at bridging, you may not need supports, but I was not confident enough to try. I prepped this in Slic3r PE, and used autogenerated supports on the body and the lid due to their horizontal platform. The threads don't need supports.