Description:Looking for a proprietary design for a 3D printed Cylinder Maze that nests together in 3 different “maze inside a maze” cylinders that fit inside each other. Similar design to: youtu.be/BHRYeOqLM9I
Wants:Fun design that is complete and ready to print.
#1 Russian Doll Cylinder Maze by Chris Brennan
#4 Russian Doll Cylinder Maze by ITS MADE EZY
#6 Russian_maze.stp by Karthikeyan A
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