BRIO adapters

by Keysers Jan 31, 2016
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Nice part but has a lot of end play :-(

hmm. That piece was printed on my old Prusa i3 printer. I remember it as printing pretty precise x/y/z wise. My prints do not have a lot of end play - on the contrary. I should add room for play on mine.

There exist tons of BRIO adapters on the internet so please post if you find one that fits better.

Not that I'm the expert on BRIO, but shouldn't the male/male one have had the same length as the female/female one? I mean, if you have two half circles and want to join them with male/male on the one side and female/female opposite of, then it would make sense (to me at least) if the male/male part contributed with the same length as the female/female part.

On the other hand, as I remember BRIO, the tracks are quite flexible, so a circle is not just a circle :)

Ill post some pics of the real deal whenever I come around a smartphone again. But BRIO consists of various types of tracks nowadays compared to when I was a kid and this female/female is a "standard" size of short straights :)

Interesting theory you got there... So you claim to have some sort of evidence, that the toy producers did not stop coming up with new ideas, just because we grew up ;)