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video How to make a cryptex
We know there are a couple of videos showing you how to make a cryptex, but we decided to make one since the other ones were made out of metal and the one made from PVC opened from the outside. The real Cryptex' actually opened from the inside, a bit harder to make but well worth it. Hope Yall like it

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kgalo3 years ago
where's the vinegar ?
Well, let's make sure he's using something fragile enough to be dissolved from vinegar. Otherwise, it's just a stink bomb.
you would put it in the inner most pipe,
kenny1823 years ago
where you bought the clutch?
I like the design very much. I didn't follow your plans exactly because I had a lot of PVC scraps lying around.
RedSoldier4 years ago
I like the idea and will try it but you are naming parts in the video that are not on the list and keep changing the sizes as you talk about them. I am having a lot of trouble sorting it all out.
HM-Innovations (author)  RedSoldier3 years ago
Here is the basic concept.

You fit in, a 1 1/4 pipe inside of a 1 1/2 pipe inside of a 2" pipe.

TO do this, you need to sand down the 1 1/4 pipe to fit the 1 1/2 pipe.

there is a lot of Sanding since the PVC doesnt fit into each other the right way.
HM-Innovations (author)  RedSoldier3 years ago
I looked over the video, What part doesn't match up?
r-philp3 years ago
The video appears to be broken at the moment. "missing param embed:file"
HM-Innovations (author)  r-philp3 years ago
I looked over the video, What part doesn't match up?

Quintonio3 years ago
This video used different sizes than in the materials list. so I went to your site and all the things there were video's. and more importantly the same video here, thus no extra help
miky20084 years ago
I agree with RedSoldier, your material list and voice overs dont match up, could you please re-release the correct material list, it would b nice :)
karossii4 years ago
very nicely done! I like it!
microman1714 years ago
Was a little hard to follow at times, but still awesome.

Very nice instructable!  If PVC didn't cost so much in my country, I would build one of these.