Dungeons & Dragons - D&D 5E Coins - Doublesided

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Dungeons & Dragons - D&D 5E Coins - Doublesided by Lil_Doodie Apr 16, 2018



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D&D coins for your 5e games. Taken from images found in the Player's Handbook. Coins in the 30mm area.

I print them vertical. No supports are required, but I do print with a raft for stability.... but then again, I print on a Zortrax, which always prints with a raft, so I'm not sure if a raft is required or not.

Would love and appreciate feedback on these.

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Awesome job and thanks for making these!

There is some weirdness in the hole of the silver coin. Looks like some naughty verts.

Hmm.. that's weird. Checked the original file and there is no nub or weirdness in there, so not sure how that happened. Reexported, and reuploaded, and it looks good now, I think.

Thanks for pointing that out.

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You're wasting filament by printing with a raft. Unless you're printing something with a small footprint on the bed, go into your slicer and disable rafts.

Note that coins standing on their sides is pretty much as small a footprint as you are likely to run into. If anything was a good candidate for a raft, a bunch of these coins would be it.

Thanks for the tip! I print with a Zortrax, which always prints with a raft. Yes, you waste some material on large models, but you also get print quality on par or better than anything on the market. See skin quality here:

These print vertically and have a relatively small footprint (4mm x 30mm or less).

Conan Redux

Can you do me a favor and upload a 'zcode' file here for me to test something with? Doesn't matter what it is. I've got a feeling the folks at the company got caught up in a 100 micron dick pulling contest.

That print looks nice and all but any well calibrated printer can do 90 microns just the same.

Very nice. Double-sided is so much nicer looking than flat printed.
Did you paint the coin color or just used metallic filament and some black paint highlights?

Thanks! These are printed in ABS and hand painted. Metallic filament would be awesome. Have had a lots of requests for information on how I painted them. maybe I can do an instructional. Glad you like them!

Looks really nice, well done! Maybe add paint instructions to the description?

Yeah, I could do that. Maybe make an instructional video or something. Good idea!

They look awesome!
How would you use them on your game, beside decoration?

Mostly decoration and prop use, yeah. Just kinda a cool thing to add to your game to add some thematic and immersive elements.