This is my very first design (I mean no remixes :P). I hope you like it :)
First of all, for make this box you will need 8 magnets (10mm x 2mm) I bought 52 of this magnets for 9€ in amazon, I think it’s a good price and you can use them for many propouse. Also, you may need 2 rubber bands, but it is not mandatory.
Obviusly when you print and build this box you will know how to resolve it. But for people who doesn’t know, first have to figure out that the round pieces of the sides can be separate of the box, and then locate the same symbol in the top of the panel, and resolve the maze to the same other symbol. One they done they can open the box… well, in the video I attach is much better explained.
All the parts of the box are REALLY easy to print, and I design it to put the least amount of supports. The assembly of all the pieces are also easy and fun.
The parts that consumes more filament (and time) are the box and the maze. So I can give you some advices or tips to save filament (and time J) that works very well for me.
wall thicknes = 0.8mm (2 wall lines).
Top Layers = 2
Bottom Layers = 2
Infill density 10%
With this settings I saved almost 200g of filament, a saving of 30%.
Watch out when you print the box.stl, be sure that there is no supports inside the hinges.
What is the point of the rubber bands? Well… if you just flip the box you unlock the box :S but it is not mandatory to use them. If you use them its important to make some tests with the magnets, be sure that they have strong enough to lift the locks attached to the rubber band.
Check out my other puzzle boxes:
Cthulhu puzzle box https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-cthulhu-puzzle-box-84855
The necronomicon maze box https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-the-necronomicon-maze-box-88022
Mr. Burns Mystery Box https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-mr-burns-mystery-box-100290
Steampunk Maze Box https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-steampunk-maze-box-105238