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Make your own resin dice with sparkle and shine. Choose from seven styles of dice, all with crisp, sharp edges. Use acrylic paint to highlight the numbers after demolding the dice castings.
Make your own dice sets to gift or sell!
These clear silicone dice molds are handmade by the team at House of Molds in Italy. You won't find molds like these anywhere else!
Choose from the following individual styles:
- D4 19 mm X 19 mm
- D6 16 mm X 16 mm
- D20 20 mm X 20 mm
- D100 23 mm x 23 mm
Each mold has a split to allow easy demolding after resin curing.
Want more than just a couple of molds? Save money by buying the entire set of extra sharp sided silicone dice molds.
What makes the clear silicone so great? You can see exactly where to place your embedments. The clear silicone also makes it easier to find bubbles. Being able to see through the mold means fewer mistakes!
Resin crafters will need to finish the dice post-demolding to get a perfect edge. Beginners should expect to use these molds several times to learn how to get perfect dice.
How do you use the extra-sharp sided dice molds?
Step 1: Secure the mold closed with packing tape.
Step 2: Mix and pour a casting resin into the mold opening. Set aside to cure.
Step 3: Remove the tape, open your mold, and remove your resin di. Finish as necessary.
*Only select styles are on sale.*
These flexible silicone rubber molds can be used with many materials, such as epoxy resin, polyester resin, polyurethane resin, wax, soap, precious metal clay, fimo clay, concrete, cement, and more.
Example dice are not included with purchase.
How to use the molds:
Easy to do!
Very simple and easy to use, just pour the resin in, wait a bit, and you are good.
I'm newer to dicecasting and I'm experimenting with different styles of molds, this one is a sprue mold! The mold itself is sturdy and is easy to clean. The results are a die that are super shiny so require next to no polishing and they have tiny manageable sprues. If you're looking to do inclusions I would try a different kind of mold as this one makes it difficult with it's small opening. Overall, I would buy another!