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I used 1/4 inch plywood. It measured .2 inches.
Most the layers glue together as the are layers out in the cut files. The inner layer must be screwed instead of glued to allow for programming the locks. About as much as I can say without assembling another one. I kinda figured it out as I was designing it/ assembling it. That is why there were some rework. I want to design a replacement panel. If I do, I will include more details on the assembly then.
Can’t remember exactly, but about 8 2x4’ panels.
Not at this point, but might turn a hobby into a career down the road sometime.
Everything is programable. I can set any combo the dials have, and all the dials are removable if I want to replace the numbers or letters with symbols, for thematic reasons. I used 1/4 inch plywood so when the 4 layers of each side are sandwiched together, it measures a little over 8/10 of an inch. Due to 1/4 inch plywood being thinner than 1/4 inch.
Wooden Programmable Puzzle Box
Ok embedded a short video of the sides in action. I need to sand the working parts on the back to get them to slide easier.
I do on Inkscape. I might be able to convert them to PDFs.
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