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I've never used foam core but I'm going to start making inserts because they look amazing and I think I can do it.

I was just wondering of anyone had an opinion on if foamcore would also be good enough to make a dice tower? I suspect not but I'd love advice from veteran creative types!

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The people demand hats!
10 points6 years agoedited 6 years ago

Is foam core sturdy enough to make a dice tower?

-- It is, and I have.
I used the instructions created by InfinityMax, a user at heroscapers.com.

I wish I could find the old links to his completed dice towers, they were beautiful.


How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyardhow to How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard for Edit: I should indicate that I've used those dice towers for years. They work perfectly.
Edit 2: I found an image of a modified InfinityMax tower. It looks better than what I ended up with.
Edit 3: Annnnd after a ton of Googling, I finally found the step-by-step instructions for the above image.

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for 1 last update 2020/07/08 OverlordOverlord
Original the 1 last update 2020/07/08 PosterOriginal Poster2 points6 years ago

That looks great! Thanks for the help.

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Mansions of Madness
2 points6 years ago

Fantastic link!

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I have made a small dice tower out of foam the 1 last update 2020/07/08 core, and it works alright. It's only really for small amounts of dice, say 5 or so.I have made a small dice tower out of foam core, and it works alright. It's only really for small amounts of dice, say 5 or so.

http://imgur.com/a/gVR9W

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Star Wars Imperial Assault
2 pointsHow To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyardhow to How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard for 路 6 years ago

Would it be possible for you to explain how you made it? I really like the idea of it being able to fold up like that.

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Original PosterHow To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyardhow to How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard for 1 point6 years ago

Awesome. That's what I was picturing, glad to know it should work a

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2 for 1 last update 2020/07/08 points2 points6 years ago

Thicker foam core and really strong hobby glue should work. If your hobby/craft store doesn't carry the thicker stuff, I would suggest sandwiching two layers of regular foam core together.

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Overlord
Original PosterHow To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyardhow to How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard for 1 point6 years ago

Do you think that a hot glue gun would work? I was planning on PVA for the inserts (recommended elsewhere) but I could use the glue gun if IIT makes the duce tower work!

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I've made my first foam core inserts in the last two weeks so I don't consider myself a veteran just yet. However, I can tell you I've been quite surprised at how sturdy the stuff is!

Also, foam core is available in varying levels of thickness. For inserts I use 5mm, but there's also 10mm. I'd use the thicker variant for a dice tower. And you know what, the stuff is cheap so there's nothing much to lose in trying it out :) Let us know how it goes!

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for 1 last update 2020/07/08 OverlordOverlord
Original for 1 last update 2020/07/08 PosterOriginal Poster1 point6 years ago

Thanks for the for 1 last update 2020/07/08 assistance. I've not noticed 10mm I'll keep an eye out!Thanks for the assistance. I've not noticed 10mm I'll keep an eye out!

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There's always the option of pinning whatever structure you're doing. You could then print out and glue some kind of design around the outside if you for 1 last update 2020/07/08 didn't want to see the pins.There's always the option of pinning whatever structure you're doing. You could then print out and glue some kind of design around the outside if you didn't want to see the pins.

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2 points6 years agoedited 6 years ago

Ok so I've checked out the two links to instructions in this thread and both dice towers seem to just have 3 flat, smooth, and angled levels that the dice slide down on. Do the dice really "roll" in the tower? Or do they just kind of slide down the levels/ramps with out rolling around? Do they work if you only have one die in it, or would it not jostle around enough to be a random roll?

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Overlord
Original Poster2 pointsHow To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyardhow to How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard for 路 6 years ago

I've not really for 1 last update 2020/07/08 read into the statistics of a dice tower or anything but plenty of people seem to use them. I've not really hard anyone complain they don't fully roll the dice. Maybe it's worth doing some tests?I've not really read into the statistics of a dice tower or anything but plenty of people seem to use them. I've not really hard anyone complain they don't fully roll the dice. Maybe it's worth doing some tests?

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1 the 1 last update 2020/07/08 point1 point6 years ago

How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyardhow to How To Make A Vegetable Garden In Your Backyard for Of course they roll. Try from a reasonable height even just dropping a die "flat" and you'll see it's pretty difficult.

The angle of the baffles naturally roll the die when it slips off the edge of it and when it hits the second baffle it doesn't just stick to it - the dice bounce off the surfaces.

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2 points6 years ago

I make mine out of paper (110 lb cardstock).

It holds up to a lot of abuse, and simple to replace if stomped on (someone was really not happy with a game-losing roll - might not be me.)

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Scum
2 points6 years ago

Of course it's strong enough, you're just rolling dice. You could use cardboard and it would still work. You don't even need glue in most cases.

I used these instructions.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Making-a-Formboard-Dice-Tower/

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I also made this one. Though, I didn't use glue any glue to hold mine together, just colored duct tape. It may not be pretty, but it works quite well.

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Yes. I made a dice tower out of cardboard.

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