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In honor of the longstanding tetris rivalry between members of the instructables staff, I designed a set of tetris bookshelves for the instructables office using Autodesk AutoCAD and ...
The tetris shapes are fairly straightforward; each piece is made of four unit pieces arranged in seven different orientations. Since I chose to make my shelves without a ...
I imported the stl file into 123D Make, a free app that lets you prepare your 3d files for laser cutting. I'm using a new preview version of ...
I sent eps files from 123D Make to a laser cutter and cut them from 1/4" plywood. If you do not have access to a laser cutter or ...
I applied wood glue to the joints, assembled the tetris shapes, and clamped them together to dry. For best results, use a corner block to clamp all joints ...
Once the wood glue dried I removed the clamps and the five tetris prototypes were done! At this point they could be stained or finished depending on what ...
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