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  1. Dice Tower

    I made this Dice tower for my Wife's Brother for Christmas. He's a big gamer (D&D, Pathfinder). -Sides and tray are from SPF 3/4×3.5 furring strips. -Corners are SPF 2×2 boards planed down to smoothness and routed. -ramps & tray bottom are 1/4 oak plywood covered with black felt. -Dark walnut...
  2. Padauk dice tower

    I decided to go with padauk for my fully collapsible dice tower. Turned out petty. Sorry the pics are sideways, no matter what I do when I upload them, they rotate.
  3. dice towers I've made Part 2: Electric Boogaloo.

    A while ago I posted some dice towers I've made(that post can be found here) and I recently got inspired to redo my design and improve the look. In the first picture from left to right: Virginia Pine finished with Osmo Polyx, Virginia Pine with a water based finish, and Poplar with a satin...
  4. Dice Towers

    The first dice tower I made is weirdly tall. It was essentially a series of rings that I then built a spiral staircase inside. In later iterations of my design, I realized it's easier to build the steps as part of the ring itself, wasting less wood and making assembly much easier. For that...
  5. Sycamore Dice Tower

    This is a basic dice tower that I made for this Winter's woodworking competition here on LJs. For those of you unfamiliar with what a dice tower is, it's just a pillar with some tumbling platforms in it that you throw dice into. The dice clatter through the tower, then spill out the bottom...
  6. Dice Tower - Curse negator

    Hi Lumberjocks My friends and I, enjoy playing board games when we get together, so I wanted something nice to go along with our game night. I have looked at several designs for various dice towers. Luckily I stumbled upon Hampshire Woodworks gallery, and found the design I liked the most. It...
  7. Focus on the Workspace
    I'm Michael and I'm new here. My wife and I just made a long overdue move from our town home with minimal workspace to a single family home with an empty, unfinished basement. Now that I finally have some real usable space I'd like to start setting up a workshop down there. I'm guessing I...
  8. Finishing
    My friends and I often play tabletop games that require rolling multiple hard plastic dice (think DnD or 40k). I thought it might be fun to make a tray to roll the dice into so they don't fly everywhere. Or maybe a dice tower. I haven't thought out an actual design yet, but it will probably be...
  9. Blogs
    The Idea I am a big board game geek and because of that I have been trying to think of how to tie my new hobby of woodworking with the joy of playing board games. I decided to make a simple dice tower. A dice tower helps you roll dice to ensure no cheating as well as keep the dice from falling...
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