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brick 2x3 = 16

by cunicode, published

brick 2x3 = 16 by cunicode Aug 9, 2012

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Summary

A classic lego-like brick with knobs on every side.

Inspired by ffff.at Free Universal Construction Kit,
http://fffff.at/free-universal-construction-kit/

and the fact that Lego's brick patent is over.
http://boingboing.net/2011/10/21/expired-patent-of-the-day-lego.html

Detailed dimensions and proportions of a classic Lego brick can be found here:
http://www.robertcailliau.eu/Lego/Dimensions/zMeasurements-en.xhtml

enjoy / make / share

Instructions

It prints nicely in 10 minutes without support.
Successfully tested in PLA on an Ultimaker running Marlin.
Sliced with Cura

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i'v been wondering this thing a long time... lego design (and many more designs) are patented by lego.
Still there is many printing them? can someone elaborate?

To this thingy, great idea and looks like functional piece!

Hi Kirkonpolttaja.

Lego brick patent is expired.
It is OK to print bricks as long as they are not called "lego"

http://boingboing.net/2011/10/21/expired-patent-of-the-day-lego.htmlhttp://boingboing.net/2011/10/...

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