Create your own Gozinta Boxes with this construction kit, two pieces of paper, a knife and some glue.

Gonzinta Box Construction Kit: Create Your Own Gozinta Boxes

Peter Prevos

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The Gozinta Box is one of the most innovative magic tricks by Lubor Fiedler. He had the idea for his trick when he was cleaning his house and thought about the most efficient way to store a bunch of empty boxes by placing them inside each other.

These boxes can be tricky to make and are relatively expensive props. The Gozinta Box Construction Kit helps you to create the props for the cost of two sheets of paper.

Goinzta Boxes.

Gozinta Box Construction Kit

Gozinta Box Construction Kit

Gozinta boxes is a topological mystery where two boxes fit into each other. This free pdf file includes instructions and a template to create Gozinta boxes.

How to create your own Gozinta Boxes

  1. Download Gozinta Boxes Construction Kit
  2. Print the construction kit Print the received file on two pieces of construction paper (light card stock) of different colour.
  3. Cut the templates Carefully cut the templates with a steel ruler an knife.
  4. Fold the templates Score the templates along all printed lines to ensure crisp folds. Fold all parts inward to form the boxes. The printed lines will become the inside of the boxes.
  5. Construct the boxes Apply glue to all glue tabs and construct the boxes.
  6. Perform magic Test the fit of the boxes and you are ready to perform.

If you like to know more about ways to present the Gozinta Boxes, you can read my ebook The Box Goes-in-Da Box.

The Box Goes-in-da Box: A Treatise on the Gozinta Boxes

The Box Goes-in-da Box: A Treatise on the Gozinta Boxes

This ebook describes the history and mathematics of the Gozunta Boxes, a three-dimensional goeometric paradoox, by Lubor Fielder.

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