This is a simple, standard 16mm die.
There are two versions of the die:
-Single Extrusion (first image above)
-Dual Extrusion (second and third image above)
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I recommend orienting the die so that the one-dot is on the bottom. There is no need for support.
(Using 100% infill and 0.1mm layer thickness, it took 46min to print).
When printing the die, I recommend using an ooze shield as well as a skirt/brim. Also, make sure that you have retractions turned on (I didn't and you can see in the image above how it turned out). No support will be needed for this die.
I decided to print my die at 100% infill just to make things easier, but if you want to print a die that is exactly the same weight as a real die, use 70% infill.
Real Die = 4.1g
3D Printed Die (70% Infill) = 4.1g
3D Printed Die (80% Infill) = 4.4g
3D Printed Die (90% Infill) = 4.7g
3D Printed Die (100% Infill) = 5g
(Using 100% infill and 0.1mm layer thickness, it took 1hr and 14min to print).
Dual Extrusion Die
After the print finishes, you might need to sand/file the die as there were several zits and blobs.