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Cardboard model of a Cryptex. This is a 5 letter model that allows you to build and set your own combination. You have seen this type of device ...
The files included are for you to print on your computer printer. I recommend cardstock as this will provide rigidity and support. Standard paper will work but the ...
All solid lines need to be cut out from the printouts while the light or dotted lines ar there to represent folds. The included PDFs show the assembly ...
In order to make the vault portion of the cryptex you will need 2 end caps. Cut and assemble the pieces as shown, again using the cyano type ...
The outer vault is a simple tube with a strip cut from it. This is glued into one of the outer caps with the key-way or slot aligned as ...
Beginning with the outer vault assembly you will need to place the 9 previously assembled code wheels. The first one is movable and the second one is glued ...
With the slots aligned in the outer vault the inner vault will slide in. This is a ideal time to put a finish on the vault. I chose to ...
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