Sliceform Cube

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Description

About 25 years ago I met John Sharp and was introduced to Sliceforms.  I have made many paper and card sliceforms since, so when I bought a 3D printer they seemed a good thing to make. 

The cube is the easiest because all the pieces are the same. It requires 18 identical pieces. 

Obviously, because of the thickness of the print, the shape does not squash as flat as a paper model would but it is very tactile and makes nice noises. 

See my other sliceforms

Sphere: https://pinshape.com/items/546...

Cone: https://pinshape.com/items/546...

Monkey Saddle: https://pinshape.com/items/546...

Saddle: https://pinshape.com/items/546...

Link to John Sharp's book:  https://www.tarquingroup.com/sliceforms-mathematical-models-from-paper-sections.html

Design Files

File Size

cube.stl
11.2 KB

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