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Could Someone Test This For Me?

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Hi, I started using autodesk inventor a day ago, and made a faux-lego brick just for the sake of it. I'm away from my 3d printer for a bit, and was wondering if anyone would be willing to print them off and show me pictures of the results, including wether or not they work. If anyone's up to it, here's the file: https://www.mediafire.com/?peadbet3i1txi31

*NOTE: You may have to scale these up in cura. I have no idea why, but my models are ending up very small when exported. The bricks are supposed to be 20x40mm large, if that helps.

Thanks!

 

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did not print but had a look at the file. you probably won't get fitting lego printing it in your orientation. you'll have to lay it flat. in that case you need good bridging, remove the 8 small cirkels on the inside, I suppose they have no purpose

, but make bridging more difficult.

 

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