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D20 - Dropdown Die - 20 Sided Die And Dual Extrusion

by NickVarley Nov 29, 2014
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can you plz remodel this to a true d20 not a spin down I love the dice but most gm's wont let you play with spin down.

I found the dual extrusion version to be unprintable, with unconnected points at the bottom of characters too small to support. It's a nice design, but I wound up making my own from scratch.

It looks like the problem is that the icosahedron is not quite mathematically perfect so the opposing faces are not parallel, leading to hanging points that turn into noodles.

I was wondering how big this is. Thanks.

You change the size...

About how long does this take to print? Anyone know?

It all depends on the printer. Mine takes like 5 hours for the large version :p

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I've been printing d20s as calibration cubes because I'm a nerd, and this one is by far the best-looking and easiest to read. I've printed this one with multiple fill settings, multiple sizes, multiple speeds, etc. and it always comes out excellent. The raised surfaces are easy to read and easy to print, and I really love the clever way this is designed. I'd love to have a standard d20 layout with this design as well!

Thank you very much! I knew how I wanted my perfect d20 to look like and when I couldn't find one on here I decided to give it a go :p ive printed out a bunch for friends for mtg

Made some improvements. Replaced old model with new model with better numbering.