Gravity Dice originals, set of 6. We took our CNC-machined metal dice and added a hard coat anodize color plus 2 additional coats of clear to give it that "Candy look." These dice really stand out in a game.
Note: You will see anodizing marks on all our products. Anodizing is a “Conversion Coating” and is very different than painting or other metal coating. While paints and plating sit on top of the surface of the aluminum, anodizing converts the outer layer of aluminum to aluminum oxide, so the coating is fully integrated with the aluminum substrate. This is why anodizing doesn’t chip or flake like paint- it is completely integral with the underlying metal.
Understanding Racking and Rack Marks Because anodizing involves running an electric current through the part to be anodized, parts must be gripped by conductive racks or wires. Where these racks or wires contact the part, there will be slight unanodized marks or “contact points” left on the surface of edges of the parts.