Game Dice 3D Printer

Introduction: Game Dice 3D Printer

About: I'm technician on Electronic (Data Acquisition System) with a Technological University Diploma in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing. Arduino and 3D Print are my hobbies.

This is how to print your own dice for game.

You need :

- 3D printer https://all3dp.com/1/best-3d-printer-reviews-top-3d-printers-home-3-d-printer-3d/

- 3D pen https://all3dp.com/fr/1/stylo-3d-crayon-3d-prix-3d-doodler/

- 2 colors filament https://www.amazon.fr/filament-pla/s?k=filament+pla

- CURA Software and a computer https://ultimaker.com/fr/software/ultimaker-cura

You could find this on CULTS.

Supplies

https://cults3d.com/fr/mod%C3%A8le-3d/jeu/de-6-faces-chanutthomas

Step 1: Regarding the File

Here you could find the STL file of the Dice.

Some pictures for show you on design software.

Step 2: Preparing Print File

You need to convert STL file with Cura, you could choose your own size. 10% is for a little dice 2cm for each side.

Step 3: Print File

Now it's time for print the dice.

It's depend of the size but for 2cm side it's a quickly print.

210°C for nozzle and 70°C for the bed with 0.2mm layer.

Step 4: Prepare the Dice

Now just fill the holes in the faces with the 3d pen.


Once done, sand more and more fine until you get a smooth surface.

Plastic will have a white appearance, just heat with a lighter, but not too much to get a perfect color.

Step 5: Time to Play

You have this kind of dice now.

It's time for playing with this.

Print 5 dice and play Yahtzee with your familly.

Print 3 dice for 421 game.

Print 2 dice for craps game.

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    2 Comments

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    Nice job on these! I like how you filled them with the 3D printing Pen :)

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    chanut.thomas
    chanut.thomas

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank, I used sandpaper 320 and 240 after filled ;)