How much fun is this!? Put a ball bearing in the cube and tip it around to guide the ball through the three-dimensional maze. You can watch a video of game play in this Youtube video of a 3-by-3-by-3 maze or this video of a 5-by-5-by-5 maze. In fact, if you're looking to try a DIMLabyrinth for the first time, we'd recommend the 5-by-5-by-5 Cube-asaurus Rex.
Two Simple and Two Little Two Late too easy!? Try this entry in our line of DIMLabyrinth marble mazes. The path passes through all locations in a 3-by-3-by-3 cube. The path is quite straightforward as it has no dead ends and progresses one layer at a time through the cube. The starting hole at the entrance is marked with an "S" and the exit hole at the end with an "E". We actually designed this one as a proof-of-concept model just to see if this idea of embedding a marble maze in a cube would actually work.
For a real challenge, print a DIMLabyrinth of at least 4-by-4-by-4 in size. If you're a real puzzler-type, you should go straight to the 5-by-5-by-5 or larger!
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- This print requires no supports and can be prone to stringing. If you do not have a way of melting the strings (a hair dryer potentially), slide a #2 pencil through each set of holes to clear the paths.
- Each maze is printed with an 0.2 mm layer height with 10% infill and 3 walls.
- A 7/16" ball bearing (purchased separately) is used to navigate the path inside of the cube. The holes along the maze path are large enough for the ball bearing to readily pass through, while all other holes prevent its passage.
- The entrance and exit hole are large enough for the ball bearing to pass in and out of the cube. This allows the ball bearing to accidentally fall on the floor and roll to a location you cannot find no matter how hard you search. Trust us on this one.