Way back in the 90's, I started machining dice in my spare time at work for myself to use in Dungeons & Dragons. Then my
friends started asking for some and suggested I sell them. So, I tried selling a few on eBay and the response was good.
was going well until I changed jobs and was no longer permitted to make stuff for myself at work.
Therefore I decided to purchase the machinery necessary to make dice at home. Now I spend most of my time filling
orders for dice from people who email me with requests, making other unique gaming items, and fill-in with
job shop type work. Although I specialize in dice, I can do lots of other machine shop work.
Now I'm divorced and working as a engineer, I
spend a good amount of time in my workshop, but not so much when
it's really cold out or really nice outside. My old shop was
split between a detached garage and my basement, the new one is
all under one roof.
If there is anything you would like to know or have made, please e-mail me,