With this model I've taken
my original infinity cube
design and attempted to make it a small as possible. At only 2cm or 0.8" when folded, this one ...takes less than an hour to print!
The inspiration for this was the truly awesome
- and it's cousins - by the talented
Stian Ervik Wahlvaag
I was impressed at how small my printer could go with regards making small in-print moving parts, and having proved that larger joints work on the regular cube, I set about making one as small as I dare.
On this tiny version of the infinity cube, there's a lot of fusing of parts going on. The best advice I can give is, trim any excess brim if there is any, and gently but firmly try to flex the hinges on their axis. If you get one pair free, don't be tempted to use the cubes as leverage as you might break the hinge walls - try to swing the small cube around the axis of the hinge. It's doable with a bit of effort. **Update: I have added separate hinge and cube STL files - you may be able to use these to print a dual colour infinity cube, however I can't get my Cura to overlap the files so I have no idea how this would work in practice**