This is a remix of a design I did for using Chessex dice boxes to display/protect 28mm miniatures (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3903974). I found these Bescon (Chessex clone) dice boxes on Amazon for $2 apiece whereas the Chessex dice boxes on Amazon were $6-8 apiece. They are slightly lower quality (in my opinion) but still look good and are functional. The structure of the base of the dice box was also different enough from the Chessex that I had to make a new design to accommodate it. The main differences are to account for differences in dimensions of the base (it's wider) and the reduced height of the enclosure required arranging the magnets differently to leave enough headroom (this also had the side effect of making it require 2 magnets to get a good grip on the miniature base instead of only 1). But in the end, I think it turned out quite nice and is a great alternative for the budget-minded display plinth builder. As always, happy printing, happy gaming, and I hope you find this useful!
1) Attach miniature platform to top—side of dice box base (either round or square, round is shown here).
2) Attach magnet guide to underside of base. The magnet guide has an embossed arrow on the side to apply the superglue.
3) Attach two 6x2mm magnets into the holes in the magnet guide.
4) Insert base into plinth.