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DodQuarter

DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage In Elasto Plastic
In Elasto Plastic
DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage In Elasto Plastic
DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage In Elasto Plastic
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DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage (old Elasto Plastic, no more available)
DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage (old Elasto Plastic, no more available)
Digital Preview

Not a Photo

DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage (old Elasto Plastic, no more available)
DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage (old Elasto Plastic, no more available)
Digital Preview

Not a Photo

DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage
DodQuarter 3d printed Mathematical Art Homepage
Digital Preview

Not a Photo

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About this Product

Model designed for Elasto Plastic.
This is a big die based on a regular D12 (a Dodecahedron) where you can insert a US Quarter coin on each face.
The goal is to have 12 quarters from different states and thus to select a state by throwing the die (perhaps to choose a travel destination).
A version for 1 euro coins is also available: DodEuro.
See also the D12Euro.

More info in the forum.

Dimensions

IN: 2.445 w x 2.326 d x 1.979 h
CM: 6.21 w x 5.908 d x 5.026 h
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@pyroman270: the design rules have changed (minimum thickness is now 1.5mm instead of 1mm) so the model is no more printable. I will redesign it as soon as possible.
June 19, 2012, 6:08 am
WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! :D
June 16, 2012, 2:40 am
make for sale! :L
June 16, 2012, 2:40 am
Hi Michiel, Thank you very much. I know you like to mix everyday's objects with 3D printing (if I remember well you did a necklace with coins). This new material opens a lot of new possibilities. For instance, I've seen jewelry with marbles, which is something I have experimented a long time ago with WSF. So, we still have a lot of ideas to explore! Cheers, Magic.
May 19, 2012, 9:25 am
Nice! Beat me to it...
May 17, 2012, 5:15 pm
 
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