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3D printed in dark blue, richly colored nylon plastic with a smooth finish.
This is a small 12mm D6 or 6 sided die. I wanted to have a design that used lines and decided to go with the tally mark convention.
The holes in the design allow the powder used in 3D printing to exit the cube to lower the printing cost because it uses less material. The holes also make it possible to use the die as a pendant on a necklace or anthing else you'd hang a pendant from.
The production cost is basically the same for these as the larger 16mm version, so you may as well get the larger size unless you really like small dice. I did try uploading a version of these as a pair, but that did not result in any cost savings, so I did not turn them into a product.