Lego Tape

Cling brinks to windows without glue!


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Flexible LEGO Strips
In this guide, we’ll show you how you can 3D print flexible lego strips. These strips are 3D printed with a rubber like material that allow it to cling to glass surfaces without any adhesives! The bottom of these strips are able adhere to glass using suction, so this allows you to build lego projects with lots of different bricks so you can make pretty cool scenes.



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I'm puzzled as to why the spacing of the studs in the lego-square.stl is different in one dimension than in the other (union the stl with itself rotated 90 degrees about Z axis to see what I mean). Is this intentional? Lego is symmetrical I believe.

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