Diamond D6

Diamond D6 3d printed White Strong & Flexible
White Strong & Flexible
Diamond D6 3d printed White Strong & Flexible
Diamond D6 3d printed White Strong & Flexible
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Diamond D6 3d printed
Diamond D6 3d printed
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Diamond D6 3d printed Matte Gold Steel
Diamond D6 3d printed Matte Gold Steel
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Diamond D6 3d printed White Detail
Diamond D6 3d printed White Detail
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Diamond D6 3d printed Transparent Detail
Diamond D6 3d printed Transparent Detail
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Diamond D6 3d printed Black Strong & Flexible
Diamond D6 3d printed Black Strong & Flexible
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Diamond D6 3d printed Polished Gold Steel
Diamond D6 3d printed Polished Gold Steel
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Diamond D6 3d printed Matte Bronze Steel
Diamond D6 3d printed Matte Bronze Steel
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Diamond D6 3d printed Black Detail
Diamond D6 3d printed Black Detail
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Diamond D6 3d printed Stainless Steel
Diamond D6 3d printed Stainless Steel
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Diamond D6 3d printed Polished Bronze Steel
Diamond D6 3d printed Polished Bronze Steel
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About this Product

A hollowed D6 in the shape of a diamond! Can be filled and closed with an included cap. This cap has an indent for adding some kind of label. If you like it without, drop me a note :)
Flashhawk

Dimensions

IN: 0.496 w x 0.496 d x 0.497 h
CM: 1.26 w x 1.26 d x 1.262 h
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Something like this? http://www.shapeways.com/model/198491/diamond_cap.html?gid=ug27410
January 9, 2011, 2:17 pm
Hmm .. even with weight ... lead sinker ... it still lands on its top too often Perhaps a new cap that is diamond shaped? http://www.dicecollector.com/MINT25_SHAPEWAYS_FLASHHAWK_DIAMOND_D6_01.jpg
January 8, 2011, 5:06 pm
It can't really be avoided in all occasions, but i left the big hole because i wanted it to be fillable. You could use plaster, lead or anything that adds weight to the cone part... Thanks for the question! Flashhawk
December 21, 2010, 8:19 am
Can you explain how this die is going to land on the cap/top? ... perhaps if the cap were rounded / faceted ... it would aid in prevention of this condition ... but that would defeat the illusion of the die having a 'table' ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Culet )
December 20, 2010, 3:00 pm
 
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