Fun & Games
Hollow metal 6-sider

The world’s hardest-working dice fanatic is up to his usual tricks. Barcelona, Spain maker Abraham Neddermann created this excellent hollow die that he calls Structural Integrity.

Well…finally I managed to finish this troublesome build.

I’d like to state that I used the verb “build” instead of craft/make or others, because in the end, doing this die was more or less an assembling process, like riveting an old building.

So far, “Structural Integrity” it’s the most difficult die I have made, and, altough I plan to make even more difficult/complex ones…this will remain as one of the prettiest dice I have made…



My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. @johnbaichtal

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