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I recently made another study around the 21grams/1inch object:

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Thanks for sharing! I know this is more than just a simple 21grams cube. Perhaps you can elaborate on the concept on why you made it and why it is 21 grams :)

I'm sure that creates some more context around your project :)

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will do SandervG, in time.

Right now I just discovered another possible shape for it, I'm in the middle of trying it out.

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