Square Prism

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Created by Andreas Riedmüller, 0 named parts, 0 child shapes
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A Square Prism is a three-dimensional shape that has two identical square bases and four rectangular faces.

One of the key advantages of square prisms is their stability, strength and simplicity. Because of their flat, rectangular faces, square prisms can easily be stacked, assembled or measured. They can also be used to distribute weight evenly, making them ideal for support beams or columns.

A square prism is a versatile and practical shape that can be easily 3d printed or cut out of plywood or metal using a CNC machine.

It is commonly used in architecture, engineering, and design due to its simplicity and practicality. It can be found in a wide range of structures, from buildings and bridges to furniture and machinery.

Alternative names for square prisms include: cube-shaped polyhedron, right square prism, and six-faced rectangular prism.
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This is a first version of an idea I had. You can add different modifiers to the generated shape. Currently there is only the drilling machine that can drill a whole in the center of the shape.