This is a printable 3d version of the periodic table with decent size pieces. This has been made as part of the work produced by "grupo de trabajo 3d de Mellilla" at Enrique Nieto High School.
Each element presents its atomic number, mass and natural conditions state.
The pieces are designed to link between them but not rigidly.
It lacks the very last (artificial) elements. The original file .skp is included for anyone willing to finish it.
The sets of elements has been divided into the usual chemical classes so they can be printed with different colors or materials. The sets has been also adjusted to fit inside a regular prusa printer bed.
It's not recommended to print the pieces any smaller as they won't show their inscriptions properly.
Easy to print.
The only possible problems could be that the pieces stick too hard to the surface or that small printers beds can't fit the full size sets. This can be solved arranging smaller sets from the original model (included).