Fun Cube Kids
by Dakanzla, published
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Cube with different forms for kids to play with. The cube has a removable lock on the buttom to pull out the peaces more easely.
All parts can be put together without glue. Just start by pushing three of the side pieces together that they do fit into each other correctely and build a corner. Then take one of the corner peaces an fit it into the two tiny holes of one of the sides from the corner you just built before. Then push the corner piece upwards until the outpointing nipple from the side fits into the whole on the corner peace. Repeat that for all the other corners.
That the corners do fit together corectely, maybe you have to adjust your printers settings first. To check if you did choose the right settings you can print out the "testing corner". If the testing corner fits together, all the other parts will as well.
The corners of each side do have a number from 0-7 on it. That the cube fits together right, just put the sides with the same numbers together.
Have fun an leave me a like or a comment
I used a prusa i3 for my cube. The settings i choose with the best results were:
0,3 mm layer thikness
1 mm thikness for the outer cover
1 mm thikness top and buttom
(20 mm/sec printing speed)
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