Maze cube generator, pure OpenSCAD

by JustinSDK, published

Maze cube generator, pure OpenSCAD by JustinSDK Dec 11, 2015


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This is based on Maze generator, pure OpenSCAD. You may change the following parameters to generate a maze cube. Each side has a different maze every time.

  • x_blocks
  • y_blocks
  • z_blocks
  • wall_thickness
  • wall_height
  • block_width
  • edge_enabled : "YES" for enabled

A cube without edges:
A cube without edges

A cube with edges:
A cube with edges

Find all my mazes in the collection "maze generators".

How I Designed This

Do you want to know how to create mazes with OpenSCAD? The following documents may help.

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These are great, but the maze sections could do with some form of bevel caluclation, just to aid the side walls drooping.

There is a trade-off between simplicity and fighting against gravity. Sometimes I would consider the later, but most of the time I prefer former because code is my real work.

This is very cool! Here is a feature request: Is it possible for you to make the entrances and exits line up on the faces, so you can travel around all of the faces of the cube in sequence while traveling through the mazes?

I finished my OpenSCAD documents. It also includes how I design these mazes. Hope it helps :)

my OpenSCAD documents

Now, you can travel through all of the faces of the cube in sequence, again and again.

SO COOL thank you :)

That's possible. I'll add it some other time.

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This is a great idea and nice implementation; I have two project/gift ideas perfect for something like this. Cheers, Lee.

Thank you. I appreciate the compliment.