2024-03-20 (W) PCBDiceTower PCB edition and hiatus

I asked a friend for help with the graphics, and we spoke at length about the cool things we could do. I planned to make this simple as a PCB with less than a dozen components, but he inspired me to think of this as an art project. He agreed to work on the appearance without a deadline, so this project will be on hold until I hear back.

I revised the drawing for 1.6mm thick PCB material and rounded the exposed corners so the tower would not be sharp. Since I do not have any 1.6mm plywood, I can only test this design by sending it to a PCB fabricator.
Rounded edges and 1.6mm material

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