Lego Mindstorms replacement parts
by Ishanina, published
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This is (going to be) a collection of Lego Mindstorm pieces that you can print out in case you need an extra, or lose one or something. So far all I have made is a simple model of a connector pin with friction. Also, this is my first model in OpenSCAD, so feel free to give any comments about anything.
Oh, yeah, and it would be nice if you post any derivatives that you make.
- Added the Connector Bush with friction cross axle
- Made this in the public domain
- Connector peg with friction tested! I recommend using as small layers as possible, as the print came out very brittle. Maybe this can be a test for print strength? Sorry no pictures... yet!
- Feedback from the print of the connector peg with friction showed that the inner radius was too much, leaving a brittle print. I adjusted the radius to make it 1.5mm(see the new scad file connector_peg_with_friction_strong to adjust the value if this value doesn't work for you). Anyways, I uploaded the revised strengthened version!
Find the file you want, Download it, print it.
The units are mm.
Not tested yet...
I would like to see this printed, as it would need to be printed at very high resolution.
Upload pictures please!
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