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This maze can be played many different ways. Notice there are two steal bearings inside.

1. Traditional both bearings need to make it from one end to the next.

2. Each ball must make it to either end to completed the game.

3.Each ball must make it to either end, but if a ball makes it to the wrong end then you loose.

4. Each ball must make it to either end, but if they touch while in route the you loose.
 

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Very interesting.

I'm curious about the processes, methods and tools you use.

How 'bout a maze build thread?
 

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mja979 said:
Did you take a look at the link?

If so let me know and I will try to make it more clear.
Thanks, I checked out the link.

Did you use a stop block on your router fence or mark start/stop points on it?

I'm also interested in your design process.

How do you determine the path layout?
 

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Did you take a look at the link?

If so let me know and I will try to make it more clear.
Yes I did look at the links but I guess I am missing it. Not sure as to the particular cuts you made on each side of the cube. Also it stated you used a drill press but not sure where you drilled. Thanks again for posting
 

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I see I will have to add a picture. I used the drill press to drill into the interior in four place after I used my router.

I used the router with the fence fixed to cut all paths near the edges and then made an adjustment to make the center cuts.


In this picture you are able to see to hole drilled by my press.

The other holes connect to the two picture.

 
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