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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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Great way to impress your kids though : )
even so its not practical to print them so they arent going to lose money, if you build with legos chances are you are going to pay a reasonable price for a big bag of them :)

Fun to print them but at one brick per 20 minutes lego cant be losing money on this one!
Thanks for sharing these cool designs, just printed a whole stack, they all worked very cool, the 4 one was a little loose. But I did also find that rather than using the 'down load all' button if you click on each item one by one to down load them works much better, must be a little bug on the main down load button.

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

<p>Thanks for sharing these cool designs, just printed a whole stack, they all worked very cool, the 4 one was a little loose. But I did also find that rather than using the 'down load all' button if you click on each item one by one to down load them works much better, must be a little bug on the main down load button.</p>

<p>Thank you for sharing!<br>Will be printing the 4x2 at 200mm width</p>

<p>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.</p>

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

<p>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!</p>

<p>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!</p>

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

<p>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.</p>

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<p>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. </p>

<p>A sort of "common carrier" approach.</p>

<p>IANAL.</p>

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

<p>You're right - i didn't do my research on this one. Somewhere in the the back of my head i read Lego and thought "patents".</p>

<p>Phew :P I just wanted to build some Lego and thought I'd post the design. Didn't shed a thought for patents and all that.</p>

even so its not practical to print them so they arent going to lose money, if you build with legos chances are you are going to pay a reasonable price for a big bag of them :)

Fun to print them but at one brick per 20 minutes lego cant be losing money on this one!

Great way to impress your kids though : )

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