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parametric lego duplo

by Domonoky, published

parametric lego duplo by Domonoky Feb 8, 2010

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This is a parametric lego duplo built in openscad.
I exported and printed a 2x2x1 duplo, but other sizes should work too.

The sizes for the duplo stone could need some more tweaking to make the fit perfect, but current version still sits pretty good.

Instructions

Either just print the 2x2x1 stl file, or get openscad and generate your own duplo.

You can modify the duplo by just changing the 3 parameters of duplo(width,length,height). All are given in multiples of the 2x2x1 duplo.

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by cfinke

thanks for sharing this. When i print this out the walls are thin/hallow. is that normal? Or how could i get the walls to print solid? Using a makerbot and still trying to figure it out.

I'm sure you figured this out, but if you turn off all the Extra Shells in Skeinforge (if you're using it), that fixes super thin walls often.

thanks for sharing this. When i print this out the walls are thin/hallow. is that normal? Or how could i get the walls to print solid? Using a makerbot and still trying to figure it out.

Thanks

I love these little bricks. I have not yet gotten in to using open scad yet, so i was wondering if you could post a stl of a 4X2X2 brick. great work on these

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