My son is off at college, and he has recently started a d&d group. We are close, but the distance between us, along with his schedule, have kept us from communicating as much as I'd like. I recently purchased a 3d printer, and I want to do something special for him. I want to make him a custom set of dice, but I do not know how many or what kind to make. Can anyone help me?
I will probably be using ABS or Polycarbonate, seeing that they are the most durable and the least pliable. I thought about using a wood filament, but I'm not sure if he would like that. I have several choices that would give me good results, but I might have to just play around with it to find the perfect match. My good friend has a rock tumbler, or polisher if you will, so I can use that to smooth them up. I plan to hand paint the inset numbers. I do plan to test each dice to ensure none are "weighted" to one side more than another. I appreciate your input.