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3D cube mazes - infinite possibilities!

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3D model description

A series of 3D mazes that will keep both your printer and mind occupied for a long time!

I created 3 different sizes:
- 2x2x2 easy: for easy and fast solutions, good for meditation and fidgeting, but may seem a bit boring for minds seeking challenges
- 3x3x3 medium: for a little bit of challenge and fun, but not too hard that you might lose your thread mid-way
- 4x4x4 hard: for those seeking challenges and have some patience

For every maze there is only 1 correct path meandering from start to end, and countless traps for you to fall in (evil laugh)

I uploaded 15 easy, 30 medium, and 12 hard ones. If there are requests, I might make more (or ones that are even harder!)

Also uploaded are the solutions in separate STL files in case you get stuck, and solution previews (pictures) if you just want a hint. The green path is the correct path and the red ones are the bewildering dead ends!

You can print the Maze_dice as your hero in the maze, or you can use a marble/rubber ball/pea/nut/bean as long as it fits (or scale the maze so that it fits). FYI, the current size of tunnels is 9mm, while the walls are 2mm thick.

There is also a Maze_cap which can fit at the openings of the mazes. You can cap the start once you put the dice in, so that you don't mix up the start and the finish. Or you can cap both openings in different colors and keep the dice inside and just go back and forth from one end to the other. The cap should fit snug, so it won't fall out when you're playing but still able to remove with a bit of finger nail. Depending on printer/settings, if your is too loose/too tight, just slightly scale it up or down.

You can print them in transparent/translucent material, then you will be able to see the paths inside and work it out like a normal 2D maze. However note that when printing in natual PLA, the transparency is a bit limited, which actually provides a bit more challenge when doing a hard maze.

Or, you can print them in opaque material, then it will be a black box and you'll have to remember/guess where your dice is currently at. You can also look at the solution on your computer screen when playing with an opaque maze, to practice your spatial logic and imagination! Or you can even try to remember the path! Infinite possibilities!

If you are printing it for a young child to play, I would recommend scaling it up to 200-300%, put the dice or ball in, and cap both ends (even glue them), to avoid the child swallowing the dice. Although bear in mind that if you scale it up, the thickness of the walls will also increase and transparency may decrease.

3D printing settings

Very easy to print, no support or raft needed

The walls are thin so just print everything solid

3D printer file information

  • Design number: 1117657
  • 3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
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  • Publication date: 2023-03-16 at 02:33


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