Hey guys!

I made a 10-number Cryptex (0-9). You can print this and just put/write down the numbers. It can be in order or not. :)

I'm an undergrad studying Manufacturing Engineering so a 3-D Printer would be a great help to me for making prototypes and stuff.

I'll be posting a lot more 3-D Designs since I don't have a 3-D Printer [ sad :( ].

Please vote! :) Thank you!

<p>This is a poorly dimensioned design. I imagine the ID and OD on surfaces was equal, which works in CAD but not in the physical world. <br><br>Example:The dials don't fit on the outer piece, the inner piece doesn't fit in the outer piece, the dials don't fit over the teeth<br><br>The spots for the numbers/letters are not evenly radially distributed. <br><br>I thought I could file/sand down some pieces, but I broke it in the process. (pieces can be seen in the picture below.<br><br>Good idea, poor execution. Off the top of my head, I think the end user could scale the &quot;inner&quot; piece down to about 95%, keep the &quot;outer&quot; piece at 100% and the dials at 105% and make it work.<br><br>I bro</p>

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