For our project we did a 3D printed Tetris cube. If this seems interesting then keep reading.
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Step 1: STEP 1: Design
We had gotten our inspiration for this project from another creater on this website.
However, the files they used didn't work with the program I had. If you don't have the program to run the files they have, you will just have to design the pieces yourself. We made a whole bunch of squares into the pieces from Tetris.
Step 2: STEP 2: Printing Out the Pieces
We had to print out four sets of the pieces you see up top. There is one extra apiece that won't be used. You could use that piece as a souvenir to see your accomplishment.
Step 3: STEP 3: Coloring
If you used while filament like I did, you can choose to leave them white or color them with sharpies or actual paint. We chose to use sharpies because they actually stayed better than paint did. It also dried a lot faster.
Step 4: STEP 4: Assembly
There are many ways this can be assembled and that is the whole point of this. For you to be able to sort the pieces into rectangles and for it to pit perfectly inside the box. The last 2 images are just some ideas as to assembling the box. The last and final thing to do is putting the lid on the box