There are many such boxes of many approaches here.
from simple (ish)
Hello all! I’ve been lurking on the forums for a while now and have used a few of the free files posted here and thought I should share something I’ve worked on.
Here’s a 7 Die Hex Carry Case. It’s designed to be cut on any 1/8” proof grade material. With each layer properly stacked and glued together, Product will store standard 20mm D20 dice and smaller snuggly
Circles in the design are made for 12mm diameter neodymium magnets (the only size I could find at the local hardware store) In the f…
to Really complicated
This is an old design I did for the laser at the maker space. I think I may have shown an example of it here before at some point in the past
But since I now have a GF, I can cut it on that and experiment with new materials!
I made three boxes last night:
They have 2 sides. These are for Dungeons and Dragons. The intention is that one side stores the dice we need, and the other holds the miniature for your character.
I have not yet bought the hardware screws and magnet…
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It’s my first weekend free since…Easter…dang. Anyways, I recently got some metal D20s at PAX east. I was worried about these heavy dice damaging my other dice in my bag. The obvious solution is to make them there own box.
On a related note, I recently picked up some Sapele Plywood at Boulter Plywood (
http://www.boulterplywood.com/, they are located in Medford, Ma, but they also deliver. They have some nice stuff!). I also finally picked up some EVA foam floor mats.
An afternoon with Inkscape a…