Hi, does any of the following descriptions fit you?
Tired of push-fitting and breaking down building blocks so much that your fingertip turns red.
You have a 3D printer and want to print something that your kids can toy with.
Just need to have a small toy on your desk to mess with to kill boredom.
Want to print a set of wargaming terrain that you can break down and change.
If so, then good news! I’m sure you’ll like the kits I designed.
Right now you might be wondering:
“How do you make all the parts connect and break down so easily?”
Basically the kit uses magnets to create enough binding force to connect the parts. And a very simple structure built inside the parts prevents the magnet repelling each other.
The size used for neodymium magnets is D8 * 2mm.
(Due to the different levels of precision of each printer, we have put in five files for caps of different tightness, so you can choose the best one for you. If you still feel the cap is too loose for your liking, you can also use glue to seal the cap.)