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Lego® Block's 2x2, 3x2, 4x2, 6x2

by SmokyFrosty, published

Lego® Block's 2x2, 3x2, 4x2, 6x2 by SmokyFrosty Dec 27, 2012

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Standard Lego Brick Set

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Thank you for sharing!
Will be printing the 4x2 at 200mm width

No worries, I'm pretty sure that some rafting should hold it down... but I'll let you know if I get (un)stuck again!

No worries, I'm pretty sure that some rafting should hold it down... but I'll let you know if I get (un)stuck again!

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Instructions

Easily Printable. I use a Replicator 2 with PLA on the standard medium setting in makerware and they all work well.

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ferdyp on Mar 4, 2014 said:

Thank you for sharing!
Will be printing the 4x2 at 200mm width

jtrentadams on May 2, 2013 said:

Tried printing the 4x2, but the bottom didn't hold to the bed and it started to twist. Even though I have a Kapton-covered, heated bed (at 100 degrees), I'll try again with a raft.

SmokyFrosty on May 2, 2013 said:

But if it doesn't print i'll upload on with some cut off tabs, let me know.

SmokyFrosty on May 2, 2013 said:

Because there isn't much surface on the bottom it does need a good n sticky first layer to hold the build in place :)

on Dec 27, 2012 said:

Not only is the product and its name registered and copyrighted, but also widely patented. It's fairly illegal to post such a thing here.

bbum on Dec 28, 2012 said:

Like most sites, I'd bet that Thingiverse doesn't actively monitor trademark or IP abuse. Doing so incurs a tremendous amount of liability when you miss something. Instead, it is more likely that Thingiverse will only take things down if a complaint -- probably formal, likely DMCA -- is received.

A sort of "common carrier" approach.

IANAL.

delsydsoftware on Dec 27, 2012 said:

The name is trademarked, to be sure. But the last of the Lego patents expired in 1989.

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