Rubik´s Cube Assembled.
- First Rubik´s Cube "3D Print and Play".
- No screws, no mounting, no rework, orbital gears.
- You do not need support material if you have a good printer,
or you can use PVA as support material.
New version, now it is CUSTOMIZABLE!
The distance between pieces in the uploaded Cubes are:
- 0.25 mm distance between the blocks;
- 0.50 mm distance between the core;
- You can alter the values in the Customizable section to prevent the pieces to fuse.
- Use small extruder nouse <= 0.35;
- Use small layer height <= 0.20;
- Use the distance of pieces and core bigger than your printer layer height;
- Use cooling all the time;
- You need a good cooling system;
- You need a precise printer;
- It is not so easy, but can be done!
This object still in work process!
You have 4 versions:
- Normal - Just add the colors and play.
Dice notation - Just play! Like one braille, it can be used by visually impaired too. ;-D
No support pins, to print with PVA as support:
- With support pins, to simple extruder printers:
Now with test pieces to test your printer,
with core distances from 0.25 mm to 0.75mm:
Easy way to find the best "Core Distance" value for your printer.
The original idea is from thingiverse user William Johnson:
- "I just think that the rubiks cube would make an excellent example for students of what 3D printers can really do in terms of creating preassembled objects with less pieces."
Thank you sirwejiv!
You can help me to do more things like this.
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The OpenSCAD file is there, you can change all.