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    Not Fuzzy Dice

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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    That's cool, defiantly a neat display idea
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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Nice!!!

    Even got the right layout so they're not chinese

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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Now make a 20 sided die
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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Quote Originally Posted by soutthpaw View Post
    Now make a 20 sided die
    Ha Ha. I’ll have to google that!
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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Quote Originally Posted by burnt09 View Post
    Ha Ha. I’ll have to google that!
    They are used for tabletop gaming like dungeons and dragons, warhammer. I think there would be a market for them at gaming stores. These players spends thousands on the miniatures and hours painting each one. Three is a respect for the artistic side so the effort would be valued.
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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    The 20 sided die looks like it would be fairly easily doable to me. Like the 12 sided die (dodecahedron) there's only one dihedral angle involved (138.2).

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_icosahedron

    @OP, Nicely done. I can see another one like that being done only turned into a desk lamp by leaving the side off that's facing down on that one die and having a small LED bulb in it.

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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Quote Originally Posted by burnt09 View Post
    Ha Ha. I’ll have to google that!
    burnt09,

    Since it looks like you've got the cube down pretty good if you get to think'n you might want to try some of the more complex geometrical shapes there's some discussion of it in this thread.

    http://weldingweb.com/showthread.php...ht=fun+project

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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    You could put in color changing LED's to make them light up too!
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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Quote Originally Posted by soutthpaw View Post
    They are used for tabletop gaming like dungeons and dragons, warhammer. I think there would be a market for them at gaming stores. These players spends thousands on the miniatures and hours painting each one. Three is a respect for the artistic side so the effort would be valued.
    Oops. Talk about a brain fart.
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    Re: Not Fuzzy Dice

    Quote Originally Posted by HT2-4956 View Post
    The 20 sided die looks like it would be fairly easily doable to me. Like the 12 sided die (dodecahedron) there's only one dihedral angle involved (138.2).

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regular_icosahedron

    @OP, Nicely done. I can see another one like that being done only turned into a desk lamp by leaving the side off that's facing down on that one die and having a small LED bulb in it.
    I am correct in thinking that the more sides, the more precise they have to be? Any error would be amplified times the number of sides? All triangles, right? You’ve got me thinking now.
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