Remember – the interlocking block design is not trademarked, so the design can be uploaded, or even sold, without LEGO having any legal authority. The figurine designs should be considered fan art – but regardless – this is a terrible business decision by LEGO.
3D Printing Industry: http://bit.ly/2nW91Af
The Original LEGO Patent: http://bit.ly/2pq4k21
LEGO Trademark Mini Figures: http://bit.ly/2nUKJq9
LEGO Clones: http://bit.ly/2n2Ln4G
Ends up there are quite a few – so I will leave these for you to explore:
Yeggi (you need to search to find ones not taken down): http://bit.ly/2pplRYa
Specific files I used in this video:
Interlocking Blocks 1: http://bit.ly/2mXF6ag
Interlocking Blocks 2: http://bit.ly/2oEAYfJ
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