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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 January 2022
The main problem with this set is that it is really hard to get a clean die with no voids at the top, especially the bigger ones (which is really cool that they supply too sizes to be fair).

The problem is that its really hard to try and make sure that there are no air bubbles in the mould while putting the caps on which are a bit fidgety. there is a hole on the caps to pour in more but even using a pipette can be hard as its a really small hole. Even assuming you manage this, as resin cures it contracts a bit so you need to pour more resin on the top, on the larger dice, this means you really need to either buy some uv resin to stick down the hole during late curing or mix more to stuff down.

Let us be honest, for the dice goblins buying this, we probably have lots of dice already. The best thing we can do, rather than buy this, is to buy some silicone, cut a plastic cup in half, place sticky tape over the lid, with loads of tape around the edges to stop spilling, push your dice down to the tape and pour the silicone in. wait 12 hours, remove the tape and use either more tape or plastic to make a round lid for the cap. pour more silicone and wait again. You will end up with a much better mould than this.
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