Customizable Brick

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Customizable Brick by jag Jan 9, 2013
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A lego-like customizable brick

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Anyone got problem with the female part of this print? I found it very hard to fit to real legos.

I find the female side assymetrical.

Everyone making custom lego bricks, please consider making your brick, downloading your brick, and deleting the thing. Thingiverse doesn't need 20 3x3 bricks.

jag - in reply to cymon

It would be nice if it didn't automatically publish the thing you create with customizer so that people could decide whether it should be published or not.

Glad you guys like it. It was just a quick hack to test out the customizer. Maybe I'll clean up the code at some point. It was one of my first openscad scripts that I wrote so it isn't very pretty. I could probably do better now. I also haven't printed one to test the fit in a while. Things have gotten much more accurate over the last year or so. I might be able to tighten up the tolerances a bit.

Awesome +9000!