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Introduction: PinBrick

About: "Imagine there's no countries It isn't hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people living life in peace" JOHN LENNON

Hello everyone, can you imagine bricks without any limit for create incredible sculptures? I hope you can, and here is solution for that.

And, idea is to make this project open-source, to print this bricks around the world.

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Step 1: Types of Bricks

At this moment, I have 45 types of bricks, but we can produce more crazy shapes after.

Step 2: Test Print

I can only print few bricks, the problem is that I don't own 3D printer, and that is reason why is this project still in concept phase.

Step 3: Conclusion

My idea is to provide something unique,something that will change limits of "bricks-toys". And it will be available for everyone, just to press download and print.

This type of cube is created after the questions, "how to improve the development of the child". And I think is this good solution.

I hope you like my idea.

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    11 Discussions

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    TiborR
    TiborR

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Because they are bricks but if you look carefully, they are very different than LEGO

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    spyder2021
    spyder2021

    5 years ago on Introduction

    looks great, ingenious design. What did you use to render the images?

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    TiborR
    TiborR

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks, for rendering I use Keyshot

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    Jeph Diel
    Jeph Diel

    5 years ago

    very cool! we will see how they compare to Legos...

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    TiborR
    TiborR

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Well, I searched all internet, but I didn't find anything similar to Lego bricks, I hope I did not miss anything B)

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    jaelabs1
    jaelabs1

    5 years ago

    tried any other shapes? pyramids, etc.

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    TiborR
    TiborR

    Reply 5 years ago

    Not yet, but some new shapes are on paper, first task is to make correct primary bricks from pictures B)

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    TiborR
    TiborR

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    They coming, don't worry