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LEGO Brick 3x2

by geodesign, published

LEGO Brick 3x2 by geodesign Dec 31, 2012

Description

As a serious LEGO fan, what else could my first upload be, than a highly detailed LEGO brick? ;)

Changes in model may occur based on user's feedbacks. Let me know if you experienced some issues!

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1. Bear in mind most photos on here are zoomed in of small objects, so you'll see the imperfections
2. 3d printing is slow, so often we settle for a fast (15minute) print, instead of waiting for a top quality (3 hour) print - those are actual times for this lego brick on my printer BTW.
I was curious if the pictures of actual makes are generally representative of the quality of most 3D printers. Can you adjust the print speed for better results? Can you change the micron resolution to get a smoother end result? Is that all dependent upon the file used or can it be adjusted depending on your printer? I'd love to get a 3D printer to make some Lego pieces but generally the pictures of finished products don't have me enthused.
i had absolutely no joy printing it from bottom/top down, however it seems to print much better side on. I slowed down the Ultimaker to 58% & it's coping well.
Finally - a pink lego brick for the kids! :)
thanks!

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Instructions

Minor tweaks may be necessary depending on printing resolutions. 0.05mm layer thickness recommended. May need support elements (experienced user's comment will be highly appreciated)

Exact (1:1) brick size must be: 15.8mm x 23.8mm x 9.6mm

(9.6mm height is without the studs on its top, with studs the height is 11.352mm)

I was curious if the pictures of actual makes are generally representative of the quality of most 3D printers. Can you adjust the print speed for better results? Can you change the micron resolution to get a smoother end result? Is that all dependent upon the file used or can it be adjusted depending on your printer? I'd love to get a 3D printer to make some Lego pieces but generally the pictures of finished products don't have me enthused.
1. Bear in mind most photos on here are zoomed in of small objects, so you'll see the imperfections
2. 3d printing is slow, so often we settle for a fast (15minute) print, instead of waiting for a top quality (3 hour) print - those are actual times for this lego brick on my printer BTW.
i had absolutely no joy printing it from bottom/top down, however it seems to print much better side on. I slowed down the Ultimaker to 58% & it's coping well.
Finally - a pink lego brick for the kids! :)
thanks!
Your little border thing is messing up the formatting of the search page, please change it.
Weird... Fixed, thanks a lot!
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