Six- and Twelve-sided dice

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Six- and Twelve-sided dice by MaskedRetriever May 3, 2009
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Painting the dice in the dice pack I designed when I got on Thingiverse might be pretty cool, but we're really not capitalizing on the full power of digital fabrication if we don't at least get indentations showing the point value of the dice.

That said, I think this may be a case where Sketchup will beat Blender hands down, given what I've seen happening with bracelets, so I gave up after these for the time being, in case someone comes along and gets the d20 done in half an hour.

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Made me two of the six sided ones. Maybe I'm on something, but in the model the sixth side has 9 holes.. Didn't notice that til the other die was printed. lol ;)

think you could make a 32 side? one dose exist I have an antique glass one with an 0 an 00 and 30 sides about 25mm that I would like copied

Actually, making the d20 took 35-40 minutes. :-)

Very cool. With a little tweaking, we might even be able to make dice that are more random than the typical plastic sh*te they sell in gaming stores...

After all, we control internal density and we don't need to polish tool marks off and wreck the edges.

on the other side of the coin, we could embed magnet cavities for the more nefarious thingiverse denizens ;)

Shocked! Shocked, I say!