This is a full d20 set of dice (including an additional d100) inspired by the weighted companion cube from Valve's "Portal" video game series. If you're a d20 roleplayer who's a fan of the "Portal" series, or know one who is, this is an ideal accessory, layered with love of nerdy pastimes. The d12 in this set uses a rhombic dodecahedron in place of the usual pentagonal dodecahedron. This set is uses multiple colors to help differentiate the dice.


IN: 7.509 w x 1.269 d x 1 h
CM: 19.072 w x 3.224 d x 2.54 h


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@TheSink Sorry, I haven't gotten any of my own in the alumide or the metals, just sandstone. I know that the hardware which prints in alumide and metals all have higher or effectively higher print resolutions than the sandstone printers, and the detail is very clear. The mesh resolutions are very high, and the curvature is subtle but still detectable across the surface of the prints. I'm sure the alumide prints would look great and thus far I've sold 3 sets in various metals with no complaints. Sorry I don't have more pics of the various materials available, but I design, repair, and operate 3d printers professionally, and I stand by the quality of my models and of shapeways' hardware/processes. I'm always happy to answer any questions regarding my objects, and thanks for asking!
June 25, 2014, 6:48 pm
@kde_rockstar do you have any photos of the dice in plastic? Preferably the metallic plastic. If you do, could you e-mail them direct?
June 22, 2014, 10:56 pm
@lawman5014 I see how you got that interpretation from my description. Sorry for not being clearer. At the moment, stainless steel is definitely an option, but since the models aren't hollow, it would cost around $350 at Shapeways' rate. I may model a hollowed out version of the dice in the future to sell in metals, but I suspect it would still be in the $100 range.
March 11, 2014, 6:16 pm
Thanks for the information and thanks for getting back to me. I didn't want a centihedral d100, for some reason I thought you were just tossing one in with the set which I found a bit odd, lol. Also, does this come in stainless steel or do you plan on making that an option at some point?
March 11, 2014, 6:02 pm
@lawman5014 I forgot to reply to your question regarding the d100. There is already a d100 (secondary d10 denoted with zeros on each face) as a part of the set. Are you asking for a single, centihedral d100?
March 11, 2014, 3:35 pm
Apparently Shapeway's comment section doesn't allow all text-symbols. Those question-marks should be hearts in my prior message.
March 11, 2014, 3:05 pm
@lawman5014 Hi lawman. I haven't forgotten you! Just ended up being very busy this weekend. The pictures are up now of both sets with a few close-ups for detail too. I can put together a custom version of the sets that are ?-high instead of ?-low. You can expect that up in a day or two. I'll message you once it's up.
March 11, 2014, 3:04 pm
Thanks for your answers and I look forward to the pictures. Also, I notice you have a heart in place of the 1 on the dice. Would it be possible to purchase a set with the heart in the place of the highest value on each die instead of the 1 being replaced? (Ex: d20 heart = 20, d12 heart = 12, d6 heart = 6, etc). And besides the above shown 7 dice (d20, d12, d10 x 2, d8, d6, and d4) this set would also come with a d100 as part of the purchase price? Thanks again!
March 7, 2014, 7:31 pm
@lawman5014 The answer to all your questions is yes. I don't have high quality photos on hand, but I'll post some later today. The key to a durable sandstone part is post treatment. My dice were printed raw and then post treated with regular superglue. Shapeways will do this for you as part of their service. They're marginally less durable than typical dice but are perfectly suited to table top rolling. I've used mine in my games for many sessions. Dropping them from table height onto a hard floor hasn't broken any yet, but I did manage to crack one by dropping it down a set of concrete steps. I was able to glue that die back together again though, and it had been fine since. The plastic option will be monochrome but also nearly indestructible.
March 7, 2014, 6:13 pm
Do you have any photos of the dice themselves as a finished product that you can post? Also, I have never purchased sandstone dice before - If I purchased these dice it would be for regular use in my dnd group. Would sandstone dice such as these stand up to regular use or are these intended as more of an ornamental item or something you'd look at but not really actually use? Are sandstone dice durable for regular play is what I am getting at. Also, I assume the plastic option for the dice wouldn't be colored like the picture you have above correct? I assume the plastic would just be the grey plastic look with no bright colors? Thanks for answering my questions and I think your dice look great.
March 7, 2014, 5:54 pm


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