3D printed dice towers offer a customized and exciting way to randomize your tabletop rolls.

Usually crafted from PLA material, these towers are simple enough for beginners to 3D print while still looking impressive at any game night.

In this guide, I’ll share over 21 of the best 3D printed dice tower projects, each with direct links to the STL files you need to get printing right away.

While you’re at it, why not check out our selection of the coolest 3D printed dice to fill your new tower, too?

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The Coolest Dice Towers to 3D Print

  • Simple Dice Towers – Streamlined and straightforward: the quintessential towers for beginners.
  • Complex Dice Towers – Advanced builds for the pros: Complex designs with intricate details.
  • Pop Culture Dice Towers – Game with flair: Iconic designs from your favorite franchises.
  • Tumble Dice – An inventive take on randomization: When a regular dice tower just won’t do.

Simple Dice Towers

Tower and Box

  • Download: Threeding
  • Designer: jinja
  • Price: $2.19
Simple 2

If you’re a beginner or just want a customizable base, this simple 3D printed dice tower is ideal.

Easily printable and modifiable, it’s a great entry point into the world of 3D-printed gaming accessories.

No advanced skills are needed, and it offers endless room for personalization.

Collapsible Dice Tower

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: MrParadox224
  • Price: Free
3D Printed Dice Tower Simple

For gamers on the move, consider this collapsible dice tower. It’s designed for quick printing and portability, featuring a built-in catch tray and storage box.

This all-in-one solution ensures your dice and tower are secure while you’re on the go.

Modular Tower

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: CardCaddy
  • Price: Free
Dice Garden

For an integrated gaming experience, opt for this modular dice tower set. Besides functioning as both storage and a roller, it features a pegboard for scorekeeping—perfect for versatile gameplay and DIY game modifications.

If aesthetics matter to you, don’t miss the Dice Garden. This visually appealing design mimics a realistic tower with a courtyard platform for rolling dice. Its charm adds a unique touch to any gaming session.

Complex 3D Printed Dice Towers

Fates End

3D Printed Cthulu Dice Tower

For seasoned DND players or anyone keen on intricate designs, FatesEnd offers a plethora of advanced 3D printed dice towers. Note that most designs lack a catch tray, so plan to print one if needed.

For fans of dark fantasy, the Cthulu and Kraken towers stand out. If you like mixing themes, the Octopunk tower melds tentacles with a steampunk flair. And yes, while the Kraken is from Scandinavian folklore, it still fits the eerie vibe.

Steampunk 3D Dice Tower

Also noteworthy are the Plague Doctor and Moon Worm towers—both uniquely detailed and imposing.

Plague Doctor
Moon Worm

For a classic fantasy touch, the Fairy and Merchant’s Cart designs integrate seamlessly into any fantastical game setting.

Fairy 3D Dice Tower

Although these designs are not free, the $7 price tag offers exceptional value for the quality you get. FatesEnd is a go-to resource for elevating your tabletop experience.

Three Path Dice Tower V2

3D Printed Dice Tower

In my article about 3D printed dice, I talked about the three-path dice tower which amplifies the randomization of each roll by giving your dice different paths to travel down within its walls.

What I didn’t get around to mentioning was the upgraded three-path dice tower V2, which build on the original with more floors and space for decoration to let your imagination run wild.

As you can see in the files here, the designer has taken a fair few creative liberties already. With tiny knights, dragons, and skulls adorning the stone-like exterior to really give the impression of a living fantasy castle.

Upgraded Tower

The designer recommends grey paint with a stone effect spray for the best results, and encourages you to give it a go regardless of your experience, as little mistakes or minor printing errors will only add to the tower’s already worn aesthetic!

Quartered Dice Tower

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: RedCodeHero
  • Price: Free
Quarters Tower

If you’re a DND player, you’ll know the feeling of sitting around a table with your friends all too well. While you may be working together, you’re still separated by your actions and dice rolls, but that doesn’t mean you can’t combine your equipment.

This quartered dice tower 3D print was designed with a four-player game in mind. By printing four of these towers, you can place them in the center of the table and effectively create an action space on your table where the fates call the shots.

Quarter Tower

It’s a great idea that makes the bonding experience of DND play just a touch more special. Personally, I recommend each of you decorate your respective towers to reflect your character to add to the fun!

3D Printed Pop Culture Dice Towers

Darth Vader Dice Tower

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It’s actually kind of nuts just how many Darth Vader dice towers there are out there. It wasn’t my first thought when I looked at the force-wielding space wizard as a kid, but to each their own!

My personal favorite is this head and shoulders Darth Vader dice tower complete with lightsaber due to its detailing and generally cool design.

3D Printed Darth Vadar Dice Tower

Most of these feature only Lord Vader’s head, which isn’t a bad choice either!

Dragon Ball Dice Tower

  • Download: Cults3D
  • Designer: TRONIC3100
  • Price: $5.52
Dragon Dice Tower 3D

My love of the Dragon Ball universe led me to this impressive dice tower complete with a crawling dragon.

While the design doesn’t specifically mention Dragon Ball inspiration, the dragon’s resemblance to Shenron (Shenlong if you like) who appears from the titular orbs is unmistakable.

If you want to go for the Dragon Ball look with this tower, then naturally you should paint the dragon green. That’s not to say I’m not a fan of the red that the designer went with instead for their example piece.

Skyrim Dice Tower

Skyrim Tower

On the topic of dragons, the imposing grimace of Skyrim’s villain Alduin is impossible to ignore in this dice tower design.

The files include everything you’ll need from a dice tower, including a courtyard, base, and of course, the dragon to act as the cherry on top.

Any fan of this eternally re-released chapter in the Elder Scrolls universe will love this design about as much as I do.

Oogie Boogie Dice Tower

  • Download: Cults3D
  • Designer: ACLUGSTON519
  • Price: Free
Oogie Boogie Skeleton Dice Tower

The Nightmare Before Christmas’ villainous bug sack Oogie Boogie is a gambling man, as any fan of the film will know. My fellow Halloween Town lovers will recognize this skeletal dice tower briefly used by Oogie himself in the movie.

The skull design fits in with the look of the film, likely designed by Burton himself.

While Oogie throws the dice into the skeleton, attempting to do so yourself is not recommended by the designer. The base isn’t as stable as others due to the lopsided nature of the figure and is likely to fall and break if used too roughly, but you could always find ways of sticking it down or making a bigger or heavier base to keep it upright while you play.

Pokéball Dice Tower

  • Download: Cults3D
  • Designer: ICHI
  • Price: $1.10
3D Printed Pokémon Dice Tower

Fans of all ages know that if it exists, there’s something Pokémon-based made with it. It’s just a rule of the internet, and one I thoroughly enjoy.

This Pokémon dice tower looks like a square pokéball and acts as a dice storage box, a carry case, an organizer, and a dice tower.

Pokémon 2

It does this with a hinged design that folds out to make a dice tower with all your favorite dice already contained inside! While it is designed to be used as an organizer alongside the Pokémon Trading Card Game, you don’t have to limit its use to that.

Even if you’re not a Pokémon fan, this is a really useful 3D printed dice tower that’s as practical as it is cool. Letting you carry around both your dice and their tower in style.

Honorable Mention: Tumble Dice

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: SteelersYoda
  • Price: Free
Tumble Dice

While not a dice tower, Tumble Dice is a dice rolling game that could be played with one provided you remove any included platforms that stop the dice from rolling too far off with a tray or some guard walls.

Each player needs 4 of the same-colored dice and takes turns rolling them onto the various platforms or stairs, tallying scores depending on the accuracy of the throw and generating negative scores for misses and falls.

I could go over the rest of the finer details, but I instead encourage you to check out the Tumble Dice game here, along with the included game rules.

It’s fun, it’s simple, and it’s a work in progress, meaning Tumble Dice is ripe for additions and tweaks to make your own fun game!

What is a 3D Printed Dice Tower?

Dice towers are essentially shuffled around Plinko boards for dice, tumbling them through a series of often hidden layers and rolling them as randomly as possible. They also often come with an additional catch tray or box base with walls to stop the dice from falling off your play surface’s various edges roll after roll.

Of course, this is ideal for any manner of dice game, but the most popular use for 3D printed dice towers is for DND sessions.

Because of this, there are a lot of different cool designs with fun creative choices thrown into them. And here we’re going to look at some awesome dice tower 3D print files to check out today just in time for your next game!

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