The Dice Guardian - Dice box

The Dice Guardian - Dice box 3D print model


The Dice Guardian, an awesome gadget for your Board games, RPG's and other games that require you to carry a slick looking set of polyhedral dice!

I own a couple of dice bags, dice boxes and several other gimmicks but to be fair I wanted something more appropriate for storing my dice. I regularly play Dungeons & Dragons, Call of Cthulhu to name a few and with that in mind I had to come up with an idea of a box that could be used by many players and still be a viable solution on portability and an in game anti-OCD spot to store your dice.

The Dice Guardian Box Features

• Its Icosahedron shape (d20) will forever remind you the purpose of its usage - To be used on gaming sessions that require many dice! • The slots were made to fit and accommodate comfortably various sizes of Polyhedral dice: there's a slot for x2 D20 (Icosahedrons), x1 d12 (Dodecahedron), x2 d10/d100 (Pentagonal Trapezohedron), x1 d8 (Octahedron), x1 d6 (Cube), x1 d4 (Tetrahedron); There is a big hexagon shaped slot in the middle for extra storage. In here you can store at least 1 standard sized miniature, an extra dice set or any other gimmicks for your sessions! • Once closed the dice will remain on their respective slots even when turbulence happens so, think of it as “Saving your progress” for your next session. • The box Lid dimensions are 113.3 x 129.7 x 27.1mm. • The box Bottom part dimensions are 113.3 x 129.7 x 36.4mm. • The closing mechanism uses four 2x6mm magnets on each part of the box providing a very sturdy closing method. • There are slots to insert the pins which are labeled Insignias of Skill which are my own custom designs inspired by generic RPG character classes (...more to come in the future)! • The files are in an .stl format. • Project made on Blender v.2.91 (for modeling), Meshmixer v.3.5.474 (for mesh size adjustments) and Ultimaker Cura v.4.8.0 (for previewing the 3D printing settings).

Additional information before & after printing: When you print the files make sure you add magnets to close the box. The ones I used were 6x2mm which are more than enough to hold the box EVEN when holding 2x metallic dice sets, +miniatures! The box in the preview images was my favourite for stability and looks. It wasn't polished (which you definitely can do!), it was printed in a black and a dark red coloured PLA fillament, the infill was between 20-40%, with a 0.2mm detailing (0.1mm fine detail for the insignias), I used super glue which worked WONDERS for glueing the magnets to the box. The Insignias can also be glued using super glue, or just fitted into the sockets.

_Disclaimer: This design was made by me for your personal use. Please understand that we 3D designers dedicate our time and effort to provide the best product we can. This product may not be commercialized. If there are any doubts about usage and intent of usage please notify me and I'll glady discuss them with you.

Side Note: The preview images you see above are from the 3D model I printed and it's a suggested idea on how to use your box! If you print the model even on a different color or material I'll be super happy to see your beautiful prints! (:_

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  • Stereolithography (.stl) (14 files)3.14 MBVersion: 2.9Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91Version: 2.91

3D Model details

  • Publish date2021-01-21
  • Model ID#2823604
  • Ready for 3D Printing