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D20, Speed Design Edition

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D20, Speed Design Edition by syvwlch May 3, 2009

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TMR posited it might take half an hour to make a d20 in Sketchup... it took 35-40 minutes, including figuring out a good process.

For the record, I used TopMod to generate the original twenty-face regular solid (it's an icosahedron, I believe, but my memory may be faulty), and I also cleaned up in Meshlab (couple clicks just to make sure the mesh was ok).

It Skeined great, at least for the jumbo size dice.

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I'm a little confused how to print this; my MakerBot leaves a loopy mess on the lower faces.

Have you seen the joke spherical die with a single '1' printed on one 'side'?

:-)

May I request one with 20's on all sides?

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Instructions

Print, roll one hundred times, taking note of the results, and report back here so we can tweak the randomness ;-)

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mrule on Jul 19, 2010 said:

I'm a little confused how to print this; my MakerBot leaves a loopy mess on the lower faces.

Anonymous on May 4, 2009 said:

May I request one with 20's on all sides?

syvwlch on May 4, 2009 said:

Have you seen the joke spherical die with a single '1' printed on one 'side'?

:-)

Anonymous on May 4, 2009 said:

*slackjaw* Yep, that's the Sketchup advantage alright. Check my dicepack for the other dice if you get ambitious :3

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