This is a multiple level maze puzzle box. i.e. you solve one puzzle, and find there is another and maybe another before you finally get to the middle and the prize.
I have included a three part box (two mazes) and a four part box (three mazes) to download and print. They should have clearance enough for a makerbot (let me know if not). I have also included a short four part box so you can test clearances, etc.
However, as before, I have a maze generator that produces the OpenSCAD which is unique every time - so a different maze to everyone else's, and allows you to make them in any size.
The examples I have posted are made using these:-
(Please LIKE this thing if you download)
http://e.gg/puzzlebox.cgi/30/20/o Inner box
http://e.gg/puzzlebox.cgi/30/20/i Outer box, and lid
http://e.gg/puzzlebox.cgi/75/15/5/oo Inner box
http://e.gg/puzzlebox.cgi/75/15/5/io Next box
http://e.gg/puzzlebox.cgi/75/15/5/ii Outer box, and lid
The parts on the end of the URL are firstly whole numbers that are the inside height, inside diameter, and extra height on the inner box (in mm).
Then letters, where "i" means there is a box inside this one, and "o" means there is a box outside this one. More "i"s mean mean more boxes inside and the overall size is increased accordingly.
The set of 4 parts is designed around a rolled up £20 note. So 15 mm wide and 75mm high but with 5mm space to allow the £20 to stick out and be accessible when the boxes are finally open.
The possibilities are endless! Credit to my son, James, for the idea of taking my maze boxes one step further - well done.
Solving the maze