15 Cool 3D Printed Dice You Can Print At Home


Game players of all kinds tend to have their prized, custom pieces that reflect their pride. Chess players have custom boards, and trading card players have their rare favorites. For players of many games of chance, their pride is usually their own dice.

3D printed dice are especially popular for those who play games like Dungeons and Dragons, as the game revolves around building unique settings and scenarios with customized characters.

While custom dice are the pride of many a serious DnD player, 3D printed dice can also be used to replace lost pieces in old board games, or act as prizes for competitions.

Dice may seem like a simple enough concept, but the different varieties and cool ideas make 3D printed dice a lot more of a creative pursuit than most would assume. So as long as you have a good STL file and make sure your print settings are right, you can make just about any kind of die you like to play with or even to sell.

Here we’re going to look at some of our favorites, as well as 3D printed dice towers that put the ‘fair’ back in ‘fair play.’

First, we have 3D printed dice you can download for free and print today, and we’ve also included print examples of dice towers, and dice holders that we’ve found in our search.

Table Of Contents
  1. 3D Printed Dice
    • LED Die
    • Outset DnD Dice
    • Fitness Dice
    • 3D Printed Braille Dice
  2. 3D Printed Dice Towers
    • 3D Printed Dice Tower
    • Dice Dice Baby
    • The Clockwork Monster Dice Tower
    • Three-Path Dice Tower
    • DM Screen Dice Tower
  3. 3D Printed Dice Holders
    • Are 3D printed dice weighted?
    • How long does it take to 3D print dice?

3D Printed Dice


  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: RyusLightworks
  • Price: Free
LED Dice

This 3D printed die may seem on first look like a simple hollow cube with an LED in it, but it’s actually a little cooler than that.

This design includes a ball that acts like a gyroscope, keeping the internal 5mm LED pointed skyward, this means that the only number that lights up is the number the die rolls!

It’s an easy but attractive print, and by making a whole set of these, you’ll have a collection of 3D printed dice that stand out regardless of your game of choice.

While some wiring is involved, the instructions included with the STL files lay out the steps clearly for those who are new to the electronics side of 3D printing.

Outset DnD Dice

DND Dice 3D Print

Since its inception in 1974, Dungeons and Dragons has been a consistently popular role playing game for casual and hardcore players alike.

The key draw to the game is its endless customizability, in both player characters and their various adventures, and unique and custom model dice are a must for anyone who plays DnD both regularly and seriously.

Because of this, 3D printed DnD dice are not only popular, but creative designs have been uploaded on many sites. Our favorite are these 3D printed dice with outset numbers that reflect the arcane nature of the game itself!

As well as being printed in a variety of colors, the STL files come with all the necessary shapes one needs when questing, from D4 to D20.

Fitness Dice

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: 3dprintgeekshop
  • Price: Free
Exercise Dice

Many people feel like they could do better when it comes to exercise, but between the bustle of our everyday lives and the amount of effort and time it takes to get and stay in shape, it’s often a lot easier said than done.

Not to mention that the hundreds of contradictory videos and articles don’t help, as each one tells you the supposed best way to exercise without ever really telling you why.

For exercisers who just want to raise their heart rate and try something new, these 3D printed dice, called ‘fitness dice’, work like a game to make exercising both easy and fun by removing the dreaded routine of strict moves and reps.

These 3D printed dice are customizable to include any exercises you want, but the standard in the files found here include workout sides like ‘dance’ or ‘sit ups’, as well as a time die and a rep die, to include different exercises of various intensity levels.

Exercise Dice 2 Flipped

While designed to be used in a group or as a family, these 3D printed exercise dice also work as solo exercises, and include a ‘deep breath’ die just to be sure you don’t overwork yourself.

For a different way to exercise, the creator has included D20 versions here, which have a standard numbered die and one with various exercises to roll. The constantly changing exercises are great for keeping your workouts interesting by removing the routines that can tire us out more than just physically.

3D Printed Braille Dice

3D Printed Braille Dice

Most dice are imprinted to make the numbers easily readable by those with reduced eyesight. However, to many blind people, these numbers involve an extra learning curve and can lead to mistakes in reading.

Quite often, people with reduced vision have to rely on others to tell them the total they’ve rolled, so this designer made a set of 3D printed dice that have braille numbering so those who need to use braille to understand.

These 3D printed dice are larger than standard sets, making them easier to find and read when rolled, and come with the standard 6-sided die as well as D4s to D20s for use in any game.

The added accessibility of these 3D printed dice makes them a welcome addition to anyone’s game sets for themselves or for blind friends who may not be comfortable using standard indented dice.

3D Printed Dice Towers

Not all games are fair, and let’s be honest, not all players are either. Dice towers act like pachinko machines in that they bounce the inserted dice around a series of internal platforms to ensure a fair roll to combat manipulation and cheating, leaving luck as the sole decider.

3-Way Dice Tower 2

Naturally, dice towers don’t have to look like boring structures, and so 3D printed dice towers have been uploaded all across the internet to jazz up a playfield. There are a lot to choose from, so here are just some of our favorites.

3D Printed Dice Tower

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

Starting with the simplest 3D printed custom dice tower, this easy-to-print, pocket-sized dice tower is very handy for both home use and for taking on the road or camping.

Its narrow design means it doesn’t take up too much space in a suitcase, and it also doubles as a container box to store the dice when not in use.

Dice Dice Baby

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: KennethRobertsMusic
  • Price: Free
Dice Dice Baby

Yes, you read that right. This 3D printed dice tower was designed to look just like a castle tower made entirely of different sized dice. While a little on the nose for most, this dice tower is quite clever and looks pretty cool too!

While most of the Dice Dice Baby will need to be glued together for stability and support, the top and bottom parts of the main tower can be kept detachable for easy storage and transportation.

The Clockwork Monster Dice Tower

Monster Dice Tower Dragon

Unlike most of the other entries you’ll find on this list, the clockwork dragon 3D printed dice tower isn’t free, but one look at it and most will agree that it’s well worth the $7 price tag.

The steampunk dragon design is an undeniably cool find, and the creator has ensured that the files come as both one large print and as two separate pieces so it can be easily printed on smaller 3D printers with the same results.

While it is designed for larger dice like D20s, the print can be reduced in size by 60% to accommodate standard 10mm dice too.

Three-Path Dice Tower

3-Way 3D Printed Dice Tower

No matter how cool they look, 3D printed dice towers are little more than ornaments if they don’t ensure fair play. This three-story, three-path 3D printed dice tower ensures fairness by upping the randomness of the rolls compared standard towers.

This free project was something of a passion project by the creator, and has seen a number of updates and improvements to ensure it both looks cool with its stone-like finish, and functions well as a dice tower model.

The three-path dice tower doesn’t need supports, and is simple enough to be made on almost any 3D printer. The files found here also come with instructions to ensure even newbies will be able to get this print up and rolling in no time!

DM Screen Dice Tower

  • Download: Thingiverse
  • Designer: thsturgill
  • Price: Free
3D Printed DND Screen Dice Tower

Any D&D player knows that the dungeon master needs to ensure that their secrets are well kept, lest they spoil the game, and so DM screens are used to ensure the hidden details of any given journey stay hidden.

Dungeon masters also need to roll to determine the outcomes of various circumstances, and so this designer created a 3D printed dice tower that also acts as a DM screen. This not only hides the details of the quests from the players, but also ensures that the dungeon master’s rolls are random.

3D Printed DND Screen Dice Tower 2

This design should turn the head of any veteran dungeon master, as its dual use as a DM screen and a dice tower makes for one handy (and very customizable) tool for anyone sending their friends towards unknown dangers.

Read more: our full list of 3D printed dice tower files (20+)

3D Printed Dice Holders

3D Printed Dice Holder

Dice are fickle things. Despite their cubed shape they seem to roll around a lot, getting lost under tables and even down sofa cushions somehow!

While most dice collections bought separately will come in their own containers to store them, there are a lot of 3D printed Dice holder designs to make the storage for any number of dice a little more interesting.

A simple search on any of your favorite 3D printing sites will get you the results you want. Ranging from easily portable dice store boxes, DnD dice trays, and even round dice holders just to name a few.

Are 3D printed dice weighted?

3D printed dice don’t have to be weighted if you don’t want them to be (i.e. if you want to use them in fair games) however, if you use the wrong infill or otherwise aren’t careful with your settings, you may end up with an accidentally weighted die.

By ensuring the corners are all weighed equally with the same filament at the same thickness, you should be able to avoid being accused of cheating.

How long does it take to 3D print dice?

Dice are small and relatively simple prints. With the ideal settings and the right attention to detail, you’ll find that 3D printing a die shouldn’t take any longer than around 30 minutes – 1 hour depending on its complexity.

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  • 3D printed dice towers
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