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Ancient Greek Ionic Column as LEGO Brick

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Ancient Greek Ionic Column as LEGO Brick by leisink Feb 9, 2016
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Ancient Greek Ionic Column as LEGO Brick

I added the two scad files I made to create this thing. Maybe it is useful for you. There might be some dutch words used in the comments.

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This is great. Any chance you'll make the other four orders of architecture? Tuscan, Doric, Corinthian, and Composite?
Thanks

I did add the two scad files I used to create this thing. Maybe that can help others to make the other bricks.

I'm afraid i won't. This work depends on spare time during holidays ;-)

These are great! They snap just like real Legos, so you did a great job sizing them.

I wouldn't recommend printing the large capital without supports - it doesn't quite work out.

very nice...
I like history thanks for share..

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