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CNC Project: Wooden Game Maze Puzzle with Steel Ball Bearing w/Amana Tool CNC Router Bits

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Watch as we create this Wooden Game Maze Puzzle with Steel Ball Bearing in 1-1/2” thick Oak and a 1/8” thick Acrylic using Amana Tool® industrial solid carbide and carbide tipped CNC router bits.

Andy Glass from Glass Impressions takes the following steps to create this custom Maze Puzzle:

Step 1
Amana Tool’s 1-1/4” diameter Mini Spoilboard CNC Solid Carbide Insert Knife Router Bit no. RC-2247 removes 1/8” of the oak to cut the pocket for the acrylic lid.

Step 2
Amana Tool’s 1/4” diameter Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Router Bit no. 46316 cuts two 3/8” holes for the alignment pins. Then, using a finishing pass, Andy cleans up the sides of the pockets he earlier cut for the acrylic.

Step 3
Amana Tool’s 3/8” diameter Solid Carbide Double Flute Ball Nose Spiral Router Bit no. 46378 creates the channel the ball bearing will fit in. Andy uses three passes in this step.

Step 4
Amana Tool’s 30° Solid Carbide Insert Knife V-Tip no. RCK-360 mounted to In-Groove™ tool body no. RC-1075 engraves the words “Start, Flip and Finish” into the Oak.

Step 5
Andy turns over the oak and repeats the each of the first four steps onto the other side.

Step 6
Amana Tool’s 1/2” diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Router Bit no. 46190 cuts the pockets for the hand hold grips.

Step 7
Amana Tool’s 1/16” diameter Solid Carbide Spiral ‘O’ Flute Router Bit with Mirror Finish no. 51441 drills holes into the acrylic.

Step 8
Amana Tool’s 1/4” diameter Solid Carbide Spiral ‘O’ Flute Router Bit with Mirror Finish no. 51405 makes the profile cuts into the acrylic and creates an extremely smooth edge finish.

Step 9
Andy cuts the tabs loose with a hand saw and sands the edges smooth.

Step 10
Amana Tool’s 1/4” radius Carbide Tipped Corner Round Router Bit no. 49504 rounds the edges of the Maze Puzzle.

Step 11
Using dark walnut danish oil, Andy stains the wood finish, drops in a steel ball bearing then drills the acrylic cover onto the maze for final finish.

Feed, Speed & Step Down Technical Information:

1-1/4” Diameter Mini Insert Spoilboard, Surfacing & Rabbeting 2+2 Design CNC Router Bit no. RC-2247

Feed Rate (IPM): 80″
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.008″
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.128″

1/4” Diameter Solid Carbide Spiral Flute Plunge Router Bit no. 46316

Feed Rate (IPM): 120″
Speed (RPM): 12,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.005″
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.25″

3/8” Diameter Solid Carbide Double Flute Ball Nose Spiral Router Bit no. 46378

Feed Rate (IPM): 130″
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.0008″
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.5″

30° Solid Carbide Insert Knife V-Tip no. RCK-360 mounted to In-Groove™ tool body no. RC-1075

Feed Rate (IPM): 60″
Speed (RPM): 24,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.007″
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.0469″

1/2” Diameter Solid Carbide Compression Spiral Router Bit no. 46190

Feed Rate (IPM): 130″
Speed (RPM): 18,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.0008”
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.5”

1/4” Radius Carbide Tipped Corner Round Router Bit no. 49504

1/16” Diameter Solid Carbide Spiral ‘O’ Flute with Mirror Finish Router Bit no. 51441

Feed Rate (IPM): 5-7IPM”
Speed (RPM): 6,000
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.0004″

1/4” Diameter Solid Carbide Spiral ‘O’ Flute with Mirror Finish Router Bit no. 51405

Feed Rate (IPM): 50″
Speed (RPM): 9,600
Chip Load (Per Tooth): 0.005″
Step Down (Per Pass): 0.122″

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25 Comments

  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Shantel Guetgen

    Really enjoy it. Let's check woodprix plans also.

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    D4RK5TAR

    Amana tool video 🙁 ….
    i do that w any tools

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Roger's Rabbit Hole

    Hey there, I'm just now finding your channel. I'm interested in upgrading to my shop to a CANC ROUTER bay as well . You have a good assortment of tool heads if I may ask what was your base cost to include the tool holders, I like the set up ya got there. Thank you for sharing your work. It's quite inspirational.

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Benjamin Flores

    How can we get the plans and files

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    De Hunter

    Where can i buy the screw rings

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Ranson Joseph

    please post the stl file of this design or artcam file of this design

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Riley Thorley

    that was savage

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Melvin Kosnosky

    Ok, it's copyrighted, but where is it available for purchase????

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    mat sura

    awesome,great job and insructions.

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    walter frencillo

    Great tools ….nice project..

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Brian Sharpes

    Hi. I am looking for one of these maze games but with holes in
    Had one once but lost it
    Can anyone help
    Contact me on bsharp999@sky.com

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Matthews Fabrication

    How thick are the walls of the maze. Looks close on 0.25". I'm in the works of making my own & don't want to have the walls too thin or too thick.

    Thanks

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    hamod Hamod

    what type of programe cnc do you use,fanuc ? num ? or what ?

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Joe Castillo

    How do i go about getting printable plans ?

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    QuadLogic126

    Amana RC-2247 at $127? No thanks… I don't know how you justify buying a bit that's more expensive than the router. It's just a bit… the router is infinitely more complex.

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Richárd Vámosi

    Very cool! 😀 What is your cnc machine name, please ?

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Nick Martin

    How did you determine your feed rates? They seem extremely slow for the tooling?

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Mirock's Toolworks

    interesting channel! thank you for your videos!

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Hank Vaughn

    Very nice. How long did this project take to make? Could be a nice piece to sell at craft shows. thx

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Tim and Mona Maroney's

    Any way of getting the DXF file on your Maze Puzzle project. I would like to try and cut one out. Good Job!!

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Marc Eaton

    Nice job, one day I will get those fancy carbide bits.

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Shawn Riley

    VERY NICE… something to make this weekend… thanks !!

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    Bruno De Melis

    Showing the design steps in software and how to create the maze would be an great additive to these videos. It would make the videos complete and I believe would increase your views from start to end. I know it would be of great interest to me personally and I would learn from it. Thanks.

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    KRS Corporation

    What did you use to create the tool paths?

    Reply
  • July 13, 2020 at 11:55 am
    RoboCNC Frees- & Graveerwerk

    Nice job !

    Reply

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