2024-03-19 (Tu) PCBDiceTower REV3 tower

The hooked edges I designed to contain the front and back were partly effective, but it was still possible for the sides to fall off. I revised the design so that instead of meeting short tabs and slots, they would pass through a hole and then slide down where they would hold snuggly.

Cutting took almost twenty minutes, but the final pieces fit together well. I was careful about the assembly order. The critical fact was sliding the front and back into position last because if I tried to seat them fully, the rest would be blocked. The tower was sturdy, and the pieces were held securely without glue. I feared the parts that jutted out would be conspicuous, but they looked like many laser-cut wood structures.
REV 3 dice tower

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