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Red, Green, and Blue d60

Red, Green, and Blue d60 3d printed Games Dice
Red, Green, and Blue d60 3d printed Games Dice
Red, Green, and Blue d60 3d printed Games Dice
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EDIT: I received my order of two full-color d60s and the print quality with Full Color Sandstone is so poor that the numbers are illegible. Therefore, I am setting the colored dice to be unavailable for purchase, and they will remain that way until Shapeways introduces a higher-detail color material. If you have already purchased one, I apologize for any dissatisfaction with the printing process, but there's nothing I can do.
This 60-sided polyhedral die (d60) is based off a pentakis dodecahedron, meaning it will roll well as a die and produce fair results. Red, green, and blue stripes run down this die from the 1 face to the 60 face, adding a little extra visual impact when the maximum or minimum number comes up. This one is only available in Full Color Sandstone; see my other creations if you want the plain, non-colored die (one which will need to be inked by hand).

Dimensions

IN: 1.272 w x 1.272 d x 1.272 h
CM: 3.232 w x 3.232 d x 3.232 h
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This one definitely looks better than the ivory one.
August 24, 2010, 3:58 am
The bleeding isnt that bad ... here is mine .. http://www.dicecollector.com/MINT24_SHAPEWAYS_TETTINGER_RED_GREEN_BLUE_D60.jpg
August 21, 2010, 10:09 pm
OH .. and BTW .. I am happy that I was wrong in my earlier attempt to make one of these .. and it failed ... I am pleased to be able to add a new shape to my shapes page :)
August 20, 2010, 5:19 pm
Received mine last night .. very nice .. a bit hard to read as the black is blurry .. It appears that the is a 64 side .. on this 60 sided die :)
August 20, 2010, 5:16 pm
Congrats! Glad it worked! I'll wait til you've made all the colors you're going to do to pick one. I see 3 right now. A plain ivory or white or transparent one would be good to photograph to show what the texture of the sandstone looks like. Any plans for this?
August 8, 2010, 12:30 am
 
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