14.09.2018: I will create a new and improved version very soon and will update this here.
Here is the secret:
When the Sun goes down
and the Moon goes up
the Stars come together
and the secret is revealed
The original Wizard puzzlebox created by Will from StormTheCastle.com (http://www.stormthecastle.com/how-to-make-a/make-a-wizards-puzzle-box.htm)
was made in Foam and i have created a 3D printable version of it.
I got his permission to create a 3D version of his idea.
There are less parts than in the original design :-)
If you have a printbed of 140x140x140 then resize everything in your slicer to 63.45%
Here is the part list and some print settings i used.
- 1x The box -20-30% innfill, 3mm support for the slots
- 1x The Lid (Top holes) 20-30% innfill, no support
- 1x Puzzle main board 30% innfill, no support
- 1x Puzzle pieces FGHI 100% innfill, no support
- 4x short4 20-30% innfill, no support
- 2x longside2 20-30% innfill, no support
- 2x shortside 2 20-30% innfill, no support
- 1x Moon 20-30% innfill, no support
- 1x Sun 20-30% innfill, no support
- 2x Stars 20-30% innfill, no support
the edges of the starts are very sharp, i will try to fix this in the next update.
I have used Fusion 360 for just 2 months, so there are improvements to be make. any help in creating a good model in F360 would be appreciated, please contact me.
attaching topholes board to puzzleboard
You need to attach the topholes part to the puzzle after you have inserted the puzzle pieces.
Use first some tape to check if everything still slides. (i have made the puzzle pieces slightly lower than the puzzleboard) before you glue everything together.
I have used Fusion 360 for just 2 months, so there are a lot improvements to be make to the designed files. any help in creating a good model in F360 would be appreciated, please contact me.