Weekend Project All Children Have A Natural Love For Toys But They Also Have A Natural Interest In Tricks This Magic Cube Will Grab The Attention Of Any Child And Will Cause Adults To Wonder How It Was Done Too
Weekend project all children have a natural love for toys but they also have a natural interest in tricks this magic cube will grab the attention of any child and will cause adults to wonder how it was done too is article about Magazine bookmarked by wallace with ID 11987964030 was uploaded on 02-04-2019 and has been viewed 211,382 times.
Build a Magic Cube Photos by Charles Mak INFO: DIFFICULTY - 1/5, LENGTH/TIME - 1/5, COST - 1/5When I was a teenager, the Rubik's Cube was a popular puzzle toy.Over the years a number of solutions have been developed for solving the puzzle, but they all are still too complicated for me.
Here's another kind of magic cube that is equally puzzling, but much less intimidating.Had the tree grown around the steel ball? Was the block of wood carefully glued together to conceal joint lines? Stock PreparationYou'll need a steel ball, a block of wood and a short dowel slightly smaller in diameter than the steel ball's.
I happened to have some scrap maple in the desired size, so maple was used for this project.Mill up a piece of wood 2-1/2" square.Marking and BoringAs in any project, big or small, the first step is laying out.
Find and mark the center point on each side with a centerfinder or by drawing two diagonal lines.Measure the diameter of the steel ball and find a drill bit that is slightly smaller than the ball's diameter.
In my case, the ball is 18.9 mm in diameter and the closest bit I had in...