Spindown Thorn Die20

by ceramicwombat
Spindown Thorn Die20 3d printed Games Dice In Royal Blue Strong & Flexible Polished
In Royal Blue Strong & Flexible Polished
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    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

    $12.00
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A thorn die with the numbers in a spindown pattern. This allows it to be used as a life counter for M:TG and other games. This die is 50% larger than the standard Thorn Die20 to increase visibility of the numbers. I'll post a size comparison shot when the prototype arrives.

Dimensions

IN: 1.433 w x 1.507 d x 1.684 h
CM: 3.64 w x 3.828 d x 4.278 h

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@elan11 Thanks for sharing the photo!
February 18, 2014, 1:40 am
A comparison between @ceramicwombat's large spindown Thorn d20 and the smaller regular d20 in Black Matte Steel. Added a regular sized d20 and a large one to complete the picture. Crappy phone shot, sorry about that. ShapeWays sent me the small one in error when I ordered the large d20, fortunately they were kind enough to print me the right model free of charge. I think the resolution is not thát great with this material, and that's quite noticeable in the smaller die; it looks amazing, but print layers are slightly visible and the numbers can be hard to read. I'm thinking of painting the numbers white to get some more contrast. The large spindown on the other hand looks amazing! The larger size make the print layers a lot less noticeable and because it is more open the numbers pop out more. I bought this to give as a *swag* gift for a friend and I'm sure he'll love it. I think it will take some time to get used to the "snake-y" spinning down as opposed to the circular spinning the dice from WotC do.
February 17, 2014, 8:15 am
@ceramicwombat Ah, I didn't even notice the size. It's pretty massive for a life-counter. Just saying if it were half the price, I would buy half a dozen.
August 29, 2013, 3:24 pm
@Keyboard_Failure This die is 50% larger than the standard Thorn Die20. Price is based on volume, and that's why the price of this die is higher than the standard die.
August 29, 2013, 2:31 pm
I was hoping I could get a couple of these for christmas gifts for my friends, but when a stainless one costs half as much as the whole dice set, I just can't justify it. How come it costs so much compared to the set of 7 dice?
August 29, 2013, 2:23 pm
 
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