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Gothic Window - Lego-compatible 1x6x4

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Gothic Window - Lego-compatible 1x6x4 by Dirk1313 Oct 30, 2012

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Gothic Window Frame that fits with Lego Bricks and can be printed on any 3D printer. Designed with Cubify Invent and printed on CUBE printer. The window size is one brick deep, 4 wide and 6 high. Use Lego arch element for top part of window.

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Print out with support strucuture. Thickness 0,2mm more to allow sanding of the outer side of the window. Designed in metric system (mm).

Originally designed for and printed on CUBE from 3D Systems.

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Cubify Invent looks like it's windows only.  I might try it in Wine.  $50 isn't bad if it works good. 

I'll try to get another pic with more detail - the lighting wasn't great and black filament is hard to photograph.  I did print this on "low quality" high speed so it's not the best but I think it still looks pretty good.

Posted a pic of my print.  It came out OK.  Sliced with SF050 with .3mm layer height.  It doesn't fit tight and would need to be scaled up ever so slightly  Looks pretty good.  Not sure if it's due to ABS shrinkage or the model size...SF also didn't keep the sides of the base in there so that doesn't help either.

Posted a pic of my print.  It came out OK.  Sliced with SF050 with .3mm layer height.  It doesn't fit tight and would need to be scaled up ever so slightly  Looks pretty good.  Not sure if it's due to ABS shrinkage or the model size...SF also didn't keep the sides of the base in there so that doesn't help either.

when you print did you print upright or laying flat?

Hi,

all windows and doors are printed laying flat. The gothic window was printed with supports but without raft.

Dirk

Thanks!  Printed mine on a ToM  and it came out ok.  Skienforge 050 didn't leave the sides on the base but it should still work nicely.  

This was the first print I have printed with support in a long long time...but it clearly needs it. 

Thanks!  Printed mine on a ToM  and it came out ok.  Skienforge 050 didn't leave the sides on the base but it should still work nicely.  

This was the first print I have printed with support in a long long time...but it clearly needs it. 

More Lego compatible building pieces, please.

There will be. I have already an Art Deco / Jugendstil portal entrance with opening doors which I will upload next.

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