D10 5-fold Sphere Dice

D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice Antique Bronze Glossy
Antique Bronze Glossy
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice In Winter Blue Strong and Flexible (the colors on the numbers were manually added)
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice In Winter Blue Strong and Flexible (the colors on the numbers were manually added)
In Winter Blue Strong and Flexible (the colors on the numbers were manually added)
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice Antique Bronze Glossy
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice Antique Bronze Glossy
Antique Bronze Glossy
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D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice Antique Bronze Glossy (with D percentage)
D10 5-fold Sphere Dice 3d printed Mathematical Art Dice Antique Bronze Glossy (with D percentage)
Antique Bronze Glossy (with D percentage)
Rounded Truncated Sphere D10, with a 5-fold symmetry.
A pointed version is also available.
Based on a regular D12.
Numbered from 0 to 9.

This is one of the seven dice from the Truncated Sphere dice set.

See this thread for more informations.

Available Truncated Sphere Dice: D4, D6, D8, D9, D10, D%, D11, D12, D14, D15, D16, D17, D18, D20, D24, D32, D33
Alternative shapes: alt D8, 3-fold D10 (rounded), 3-fold D10 (pointed), 4-fold D10, 5-folded D10 (pointed)
Coming soon: D22, D50
Related dice: Concave D4, Concave D6, D4 Shell, D8 Shell.

cm: 2.348 w x 2.344 d x 2 h
in: 0.924 w x 0.923 d x 0.787 h

Comments

 
By the way, I have now a D10 based on a dodecahedron with pentagonal pyramids to remove two opposite faces: http://www.shapeways.com/model/222679/ ;)
October 8, 2011, 3:55 pm
I see what you mean. The ordinary d10 could conceivably be made with any proportions: long and narrow to short and thin. They're usually made so it has a square cross-section, but extending the faces of a dodecahedron would give a different ratio.
January 27, 2011, 4:33 pm
Yes, you are totally right! It is even more visible on the pointed D10 with 5-fold symmetry. These are the most "conventional" dices of the truncated sphere D10 collection. And probably the only *really* fair ones. The angles between the faces are different though: if you look and ordinary D10 from a certain point of view, you will see a square section, which does no happen here (even ignoring the curved areas, I mean).
January 27, 2011, 5:21 am
I can see it's derived from the regular dodecahedron (replacing two faces with curved sections), but it can also be seen as coming from the ordinary d10, with the two sharp points cut off and replaced with curves. Shows a relationship between those shapes! Cool!!
January 27, 2011, 1:05 am
 
  • White Strong & Flexible

    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

    $9.19

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