Fun Fully 3D Printable 4x4 Puzzle Cube

Introduction: Fun Fully 3D Printable 4x4 Puzzle Cube

This is a 4x4 cube puzzle that is fully 3D Printable. I have found multiple solutions to this puzzle, so it should keep you entertained for hours!

Files and images can be found here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/2tt1acukntbziog/AAC1VHhXGDCmz5MG11RfSI8Da?dl=0

Here is my Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4311163

How I Designed It: I created a 'sketch' in Tinkercad to quickly and easily figure out the shapes that I would use to fill a 4x4 cube. Once I had the basic shapes figured out, I moved over to Fusion 360 to make the final models. The entire process could have been solely done using Tinkercad, but Fusion 360's chamfers added the finishing touch to the pieces.

Supplies

1. 3D Printer/ Any Filament (Mix up the colors!)

Step 1: 3D Print It

I printed all of the pieces in PLA with 5% infill, although 10% is probably ideal. All but one of the pieces can be 3d printed without supports. The piece that needs supports is shown in the upper right of this step.

That's literally all there's to it! So simple, yet so fun.

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    4 Comments

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    Penolopy Bulnick
    Penolopy Bulnick

    1 year ago

    This is fun, what program did you use to design it?

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    Zero To Infinity
    Zero To Infinity

    Reply 1 year ago

    Hi! Thanks for commenting!
    I created a 'sketch' in Tinkercad to quickly and easily figure out the shapes that I would use to fill a 4x4 cube. Once I had the basic shapes figured out, I moved over to Fusion 360 to make the final models. The entire process could have been solely done using Tinkercad, but Fusion 360's chamfers added the finishing touch to the pieces.

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    jessyratfink
    jessyratfink

    1 year ago

    Do you have STL files you could share? :)