Companion Cube Gift box
by chefmaki, published
to give to your favorite test subject.
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Instead of printing out the CCubeWall.stl individually and flat, in makerware I placed 4 CCcubeWall.stl vertically and positioned them so that the corners were flushed to each other, that way no glue required and no warping when printed flat. Then I printed out 2 of the CCubeLid.stl, no supports. I also scaled it by 75% to reduce any bridging failure of CcubeLid. It's 3 pieces all together, wall are all together, top and bottom are same.
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Print 4 of the CCube wall.stl
they can be glued together at the edges, glued to the bottom lid or both,
the walls will hold together on their own when the box is closed
(though it may collapse if not glued together when picked up by the walls)
I recommend .20mm layer hight. and around 15% infill.
it all prints without support.
if you would rather not deal with glueing the lid peices together, you can try printing 2 of the CCubelid.stl with support.
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