Exploded Die (Loaded :)

Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures Description
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Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures Description
Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures Description
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Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures Description
Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures Description
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Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures
Exploded Die (Loaded :) 3d printed Art Sculptures
Free ball inside!
See my New Spring Loaded Dice:
Spring-loaded 30-sided die.
Spring-loaded Icodie.
Spring-loaded die.
cm: 2.016 w x 2.016 d x 2.016 h
in: 0.794 w x 0.794 d x 0.794 h

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Thank you, Kevin! • Sorry to hear that the ball fused when printed in Stainless Steel (on a second thought, this dice is now really "loaded" as described in the title :) • Seriously, I thought I've positioned the ball correctly so it could be successfully supported during the complicated process it has to go through when produced in stainless steel (as it was done in the case of the captive helm I'd already tested for stainless steel; see http://www.shapeways.com/model/119895/planetary_keyring__1__father_s_day_special__.html ) • Anyway, until we solve the mystery of the fused loaded dice, I am going to make only "clean" dice, as seen here: http://www.shapeways.com/model/120084/icodice__2_5_cm_.html or http://www.shapeways.com/model/119774/dodclock_dice__2_5_cm_.html :)
May 18, 2010, 10:33 am
This is an absolutely fantastic model ... I found only one problem with it ... If purchased in steel .. the method by which Shapeways casts the steel ... does not allow the ball to be freed ... the 2 plastic examples I also purchased were perfect ... the ball was already free upon delivery
May 12, 2010, 10:52 pm
 
  • Stainless Steel

    Bronze-infused stainless steel with visible print lines and rough feel.

    $37.92

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