Lego® Block's 2x2, 3x2, 4x2, 6x2

by SmokyFrosty, published

Lego® Block's 2x2, 3x2, 4x2, 6x2 by SmokyFrosty Dec 27, 2012


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Standard Lego Brick Set

The dimensions are accurate to an actual Lego Brick so if it doesn't work, its down to your machines printing accuracy.


Easily Printable. I use a Replicator 2 and with PLA on the standard medium setting in makerware and they all work well.

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Sweet! Made an 8x2 and it came out looking great. As a few others have posted before me though, the final result's top pegs are the tiniest bit too small. This was like my 5th ever print though, so I would not be surprised if it was on my end. I will keep messing around and trying some other tweaks, as the rest of the brick is perfect (it connects perfectly on the bottom). Cheers!

Nice looking, but they don't work...

made it, good for lego roofs but pegs too small

The pegs are slightly too small but the bottom is perfect.

Cool! I found that if you fit the top pegs of the 3d printed one into the bottom of another 3d printed one or a regular lego, they easily break apart. It may be just my printer, but it seems that the pegs are, like, a fraction of a millimeter small.

At last a legobrick that can be useful! I tried some others before but the support walls inside were missing.
It will be interesting to build theese ones.
Thanks a lot!

Thanks for sharing these cool designs, just printed a whole stack, they all worked very cool, the 4 one was a little loose. But I did also find that rather than using the 'down load all' button if you click on each item one by one to down load them works much better, must be a little bug on the main down load button.

Thank you for sharing!
Will be printing the 4x2 at 200mm width

Tried printing the 4x2, but the bottom didn't hold to the bed and it started to twist. Even though I have a Kapton-covered, heated bed (at 100 degrees), I'll try again with a raft.

But if it doesn't print i'll upload on with some cut off tabs, let me know.

No worries, I'm pretty sure that some rafting should hold it down... but I'll let you know if I get (un)stuck again!

No worries, I'm pretty sure that some rafting should hold it down... but I'll let you know if I get (un)stuck again!

Because there isn't much surface on the bottom it does need a good n sticky first layer to hold the build in place :)

Not only is the product and its name registered and copyrighted, but also widely patented. It's fairly illegal to post such a thing here.

Like most sites, I'd bet that Thingiverse doesn't actively monitor trademark or IP abuse. Doing so incurs a tremendous amount of liability when you miss something. Instead, it is more likely that Thingiverse will only take things down if a complaint -- probably formal, likely DMCA -- is received.

A sort of "common carrier" approach.


The name is trademarked, to be sure. But the last of the Lego patents expired in 1989.

You're right - i didn't do my research on this one. Somewhere in the the back of my head i read Lego and thought "patents".

Phew :P I just wanted to build some Lego and thought I'd post the design. Didn't shed a thought for patents and all that.

even so its not practical to print them so they arent going to lose money, if you build with legos chances are you are going to pay a reasonable price for a big bag of them :)

Fun to print them but at one brick per 20 minutes lego cant be losing money on this one!

Great way to impress your kids though : )