Safe with cardinal direction

by Nr5Alive, published

Safe with cardinal direction by Nr5Alive Sep 27, 2012


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Here another safe for some stuff like "geocache" or anything else.
To unlock the safe turn the "cardinal direction" in the right position.

English Version (Easten = E): Please load the things with "E---"
German Version (Osten = O): Please load the things without "E---"


-Print it with a 3D Printer and PLA.
-Infill 20%
-With support material
-Printtime ~20h
-Volume ~100mm x 100mm outside
-Sanding with a little dremel
-drill a 1.5mm hole in the groove
-Sprayed with black paint
-put some heavy wire in the hole,bend it that the knobs don´t fall out

have fun!

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This is a very cool lock box and I plan to make it, however I have to ask why is the letter "O" used instead of the letter "E"

English= East; German=Osten
I will additionally upload body with E

Please load the things with "E---"

Cool, I never knew that. Thanks so much.

my lid did not come out right can i get a file of just the lid?

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Interesting idea!

Hmm, if the lid was attached to a ring that slipped over the middle of each dial, then the dials would be held captive until the box was opened.