Calibration Cube 1 inch = 25.4 mm

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Calibration Cube 1 inch = 25.4 mm by gektron Jan 18, 2017
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This must be one of the simplest things on Thingiverse and a nod to the Imperial measurement system. One line of code in OpenSCAD.

cube([25.4, 25.4, 25.4]);

The cube should print with sides of 1 inch or 25.4 mm. I'm printing on a very basic printer - the Malyan M200 (same as Monoprice Select Mini) and mine comes out plus/minus 0.1 mm so I'm really pleased with that result.

I hope you find it useful :)

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Thank you for this awesome model, you are a genius!
How many hours must it have taken you to craft such a superb piece of art, I'm speechless.

Also worth noting is that an inch is defined as 25.4mm ;)
Funny indeed and I it gave me a test cube to quickly print, thanks

To work in "inch" is generally speaking absurd but even more here where everything at last is metric !

Then what next ? replace the 3D printers lead screw by 3/8 16TPI ???

Thank you for your comment but I think you should lighten up, it's just a bit of fun!