Rubik's Cube's Bear Brother, Ozo

Emmanuel Carillo was attending the University of Cincinnati when he decided to take the Rubik's Cube and create a more child friendly toy, based on its basic design. This gave birth to a 1x2x3 Rubik's Cube inspired puzzle: Ozo, the Rubik's Cube's Bear Brother. He offers the 3D printing blueprints for free to everyone, but asks that when you print an Ozo and share pictures to any social media site, that you use the #OzoBear hashtag so he can see it. The link provided below the article will give you all the designs for Ozo as well as the stickers needed for the facing. You will also be provided with the design for a 1 and 2 millimeter pin.

The original 3D print was printed without support at .25 millimeters height on a Polyprinter 229 at 25% infill. The printed parts took about 4 hours, and the pin was printed separately in a few minutes. When you print Ozo and you decide to assemble it, you need to ensure that all the parts glide smoothly before assembling it with the pin because the pin will be destroyed if you want to disassemble it.

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