These bricks and plates may look “Normal” but they are not. Standard Lego bricks have a fear of odd numbers. Sure, there’s plenty of 1x’s and a 2×3, but that’s the limit. There are plenty of times when you think “This brick just needs to be one peg longer for this to work”, and 3D printing solves that dilemma. I’m not entirely sure what went wrong with the seaming process in this one, odd textures appear when I lopped off extra vertices and I’m not sure how to get rid of them completely.