What resin do you use to make dice?
What is the Best Resin to Use for Making Dice? It is best to use a casting resin for molds, as this type of resin has a low viscosity. This means that the liquid has a thin consistency, making it easier to pour into molds with tiny openings, while also capturing any fine details.
What can you make with UV resin?
UV resin is applied in thinner layers and remains wet until being exposed to UV light, either bright sunlight or under a UV lamp. Resin can be used to seal collages and embed items in metal bezels, to cast shapes in molds, and to create an enameled look on jewelry.
How long does it take resin dice to cure?
Allow the resin to cure, which should take about 24 hours before you can handle the mold. A good test to see if your resin has cured properly is to check if it is hard and smooth to the touch. Depending on your resin, it could take 48 hours up to 72 hours for slow curing resin.
How much resin do I need to make a set of dice?
The role-playing games dice molds should need around 147ml (4.97oz) resin.
Is it expensive to make resin dice?
For a quick start, you can get a dice mold kit and resin kit. With a 64 oz resin kit, you can make each dice between 0.5 oz to 2 oz, depending on the size of the dice. This will make each dice cost about $1 per die. As you can see, the math works out well for dice hoarders.