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Nerds Unite! 3D Printing Meets Tabletop Gaming

Dice are essential to playing most tabletop games.

In more complex games like Dungeons and Dragons, a variety of dice are used within campaigns for different purposes. However, dice bought from many gaming stores can average roughly $10 a set. Instead of paying full price, I set out to 3D print my own dice, which cost me a total of $3. 

Putnam 336

Software available in lab:
  • ACDLabs - ChemSketch
  • ArcGIS
  • Python
  • VPython

Palenske 329

Palenske Quick Start Checklist

Software available in lab:
  • Capstone 
  • ClaroRead 
  • Design Spark 
  • DyKnow 
  • ImageJ
  • Labview
  • LTSpiceIV 
  • MathCAD 
  • Mathematica 
  • MatLab 
  • MikTek 
  • MultiSim 
  • Python 
  • vPython 
  • SpecTech STX 
  • Starry Night College 6 
  • TexMaker

Palenske 323

Palenske Quick Start Checklist

Software available in lab:
  • Capstone
  • DyKnow 
  • ImageJ 
  • Labview 
  • LTSpiceIV 
  • MathCAD 
  • Mathmatica 
  • MikTek 
  • Python 
  • vPython
  • Solidworks 
  • SpecTech STX 
  • Starry Night College 6 
  • TexMaker

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