Ako Dice Are 3D Printed to Perfection Using Aluminum

By: Michael Hemsworth - Sep 29, 2015
References: ako-dice & dudeiwantthat
When it comes to dice, there isn't a whole lot that one can do with the general design, but architect Kacha has given the simple piece of equipment a futuristic overhaul. First off, instead of featuring dots to represent numbers, the Ako Dice have stripes. Second, the designer has 3D printed the design to absolute perfection using aluminum as the main material (the dice are then finished with anodized colors or left raw). Finally, the designer packages them ornately to give them the showcase they deserve.

Funded through Kickstarter, the Ako Dice are soon to be made available by Kacha via the product website. While the simplistic design of the Ako Dice might not seem out of this world interesting, the campaign has received an outpouring of support, which means there are more dice enthusiasts out there than you think.