Large Dice Set

Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In stainless steel and inked
In stainless steel and inked
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice A 125% scale version of the dice set.
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice A 125% scale version of the dice set.
A 125% scale version of the dice set.
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In antique bronze glossy and inked.
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In antique bronze glossy and inked.
In antique bronze glossy and inked.
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Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In antique bronze glossy and inked
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In antique bronze glossy and inked
In antique bronze glossy and inked
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In stainless steel and inked
Large Dice Set 3d printed Games Dice In stainless steel and inked
In stainless steel and inked
A 125% scale version of the Die4, Die6, Die8, Die10, Die12, and Die20 models.

Tags:
Games, Dice
cm: 5.134 w x 7.83 d x 2.7 h
in: 2.021 w x 3.083 d x 1.063 h

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@nickwalt Thanks for the detailed review! I always appreciate feedback like this.
December 14, 2013, 2:07 am
They're great. Look and feel really special when I was previously used to the normal plastic/resin polyhedral dice or even the mass-produced metal ones in the same shapes. I have a set of these in bronze, and added 3 extra d6 some of which were in the new grey steel to differentiate when needed for special rolls. If you end up ordering different colours as I did and decide to darken recesses with paint/gesso/ink, consider using slightly different colours to emphasise the difference rather than just everything black. E.g. very dark brown on bronze, perhaps even a very dark blue-black on the grey steel, maybe a paler grey on nickel steel. Don't know if I could bring myself to paint over the gold. A few points to mention, just for potential buyers to be aware of. I want to stress that in my opinion these don't detract from an end result that is a beautiful set of dice, which then made me go out and buy a nice leather pouch as a home for them! 1 - the sand/grit from the process doesn't get completely removed, and the d20 was full of it, but a good shake got rid of most of it. Use an old toothbrush or similar to clear from the openings and a pin or other sharp point to clean stubborn particles in corners, inside of numbers etc. 2 - the d10 in particular has some very small holes, which you may need to push through with a pin if you want them to be consistent. Not sure if that was lots of remaining sand in mine, or the process not being precise enough to leave really small openings every time. Maybe I'm just a bit OCD about this, as you have to inspect really carefully against a light to see holes right through. 3 - you will be able to see the print lines if you look carefully, most obvious on the d6. If you use acrylic paint or gesso to darken recessed areas that should hide them, possibly not if you use ink. Some people may like to see these (as evidence of how the dice were made), some don't, and I imagine some dice will be left "raw". The material description does refer to "visible print lines" after all! 4 - the d4 is quite open and light, with much more of a hollow feel than the others. Not fragile at all, but it gives a higher-pitched clinking noise against the other dice - perhaps could have done with slightly chunkier bars at the edges. With truncated corners it's a better roller than most d4, and I'd say the number appearing on top is easier to read and finally consistent with other die types.
December 13, 2013, 6:46 pm
 
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