Recently I had the opportunity to use some 3D printers, and I decided to use them to make the Nuva Cube. The cube is made of PLS, has a length/width/height of 2 inches, and is composed of four 1 7/8" x 1/8" x 2" and two 2" x 1/8" x 2" faces each glued onto one of the sides of a 1 3/4" cube (rather, that's the dimensions of the computer model… as you can tell, the technology is still pretty finicky, and the measurements don't always come out right). I designed it in Tinkercad and glued all the pieces save one together, but the actual printing was done by someone who actually knew what he was doing. (The piece I didn't glue was the one on the bottom of Lewa's face since I wasn't there when it finished printing and it was the last piece not yet glued on.) I also have to give credit to fearmaker782 of deviantArt as I frequently referred back to his own System Nuva Cube during the design process since each face is set up on a clear 8 x 8 grid.
Unfortunately I don't have access to the model anymore, but if anyone is interested I could recreate the model fairly easily and post a link to it. Thoughts?
Edited by Infrared, Jul 12 2014 - 01:33 PM.