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big you want it to be, and how many cubes you want. 3 cubes

is a good number to start with. But you could make any

number. These calculations are a guideline, and an example

of how I made it. Substitute your own numbers to make your

cube unique.

going to be less then 2 inches. 1 7/8 (1.875) seemed like a

good size to make. I wanted 3 cubes, so I took 1.875 and

divided it by 3, so I would know how big each cube will be.

1.875/3= 0.625, so the size difference between each cube will

be 0.625 (5/8). The cubes will be 0.625 (5/8), 1.250 (1 1/4),

and 1.875 (1 7/8). Now I needed to figure out how big the

bores are going to be.

the diameter of the bore, and one will be the diameter of the

undercut. The diameter of the bore has to be smaller then the

corner to corner distance of the cube that will be contained

within, and the undercut has to be bigger.

corner distance on this cube is 0.884 (Pythagorean Theory,

A^2 + B^2 = C^2). So, the opening of the bore has to be less

then that, and the undercut has to be greater then that. I

made the bore opening 0.750. You can open any simple

modelling software (Google Sketch-up is nice, and its free!),

and draw your cube, and then draw some circles on it to see

what size looks good. The undercut I made 0.200 bigger, so

the diameter was 0.950. The bigger cube is 1.250, so there is

still plenty of material left.

Let's repeat the calculation for the next size. The cube is

1.250, so the corner to corner distance is 1.768.

(sqrt(2*(1.250*1.250))). The bore opening is 1.500, and the

undercut is 0.350 bigger, so 1.850. As for the smallest hole,

you can usually just use a drill bit. Again, draw some circles

and see what size would work, then pick a nice drill bit. I used

9/32.

we need to calculate the red distance, and the green distance.

(Picture #1) For the red distance, take the biggest cube

(1.875) and subtract the smallest cube (0.625) to get 1.250,

and divide that by two, since we're only working on one half of

the cube at a time. So the depth of the first bore is 0.625

((1.875-0.625)/2 = 0.625). For the second, take the biggest

cube (1.875), subtract the middle one (1.250) and divide by

two again to get 0.3125, rounded to 0.313.

1.250, and 1.625. The hole in the middle is 9/32. The bores

are 0.750, 0.625 deep, with a 0.950 undercut, and 1.500,

0.313 deep, with a 1.800 undercut.

Onwards to construction!

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