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Mystery box by jpark Jul 19, 2009

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Description

I made this to drive someone insane. It will not open a hellgate in your living room or anything.

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Ack! Sorry. Have no time at the moment, but will try to re-upload later today or tonight. Just so you know, this pattern that is up right now will work fine, but is less secure.

Thank you for the post and especially for the .svg file.but shouldn t the .svg file contain all the parts?i don t see the small ones.i want to make one until xmas,it would be great if you would post a complete scaled cutting plan.anyways,thank you for sharing this,it will be a magic gift for a lucky girl :)

Excellent project for my son and me. A video would be great or written explanation -- we do read manuals.

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Instructions

Laser cut this on 0.2" material, or adjust the notches to fit.

New: mysteryBoxClean01 files are for 1/8" material, and have small notched pieces to hold things together better.

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Anonymous on Dec 21, 2009 said:

Thank you for the post and especially for the .svg file.but shouldn t the .svg file contain all the parts?i don t see the small ones.i want to make one until xmas,it would be great if you would post a complete scaled cutting plan.anyways,thank you for sharing this,it will be a magic gift for a lucky girl :)

Anonymous on Dec 21, 2009 said:

Ack! Sorry. Have no time at the moment, but will try to re-upload later today or tonight. Just so you know, this pattern that is up right now will work fine, but is less secure.

Anonymous on Nov 30, 2009 said:

Andy, you put the sides together (they only fit one way) first, then slide the brackets through the holes and push them down. I'll be making a video of it soon!

Anonymous on Nov 30, 2009 said:

Excellent project for my son and me. A video would be great or written explanation -- we do read manuals.

Anonymous on Nov 30, 2009 said:

How do you assemble it? (And how do you open it once assembled?) I'd love to try making one, but kinda need a pointer in the parts-to-box direction.

EwanP on Aug 9, 2009 said:

Great idea, can't wait to get back to work to make one and have a go at making my own. A mix of a magic trick box and the Da Vinci code vial I think.

sam on Jul 22, 2009 said:

So, it WON'T open a hellgate? Because... That's sort of disappointing...

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