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John C
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I used to own a large driebeck die. I wish I never sold it. Now I want one.

Is there anything similar to it on the market?

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Yes there is a black and red box set made from India, called Gozinta Box, sells for around $12.00. You can attach stick on spots from Office Depot.

Stevens Magic sells the original Bob Driebeck version, they now have it in 3 different sizes.

Pull Harris has also made a version using the name of the original inventor.

None are now made in plastic like the original Ken Brooke offering, they are all cardboard.

A guy wrote a PDF book on how to make them as well, without permission.
John C
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Thanks bill
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Stevens Magic has a mini version available. It's not large enough for a theater. The large version is listed but out of stock. Maybe you could check with them to see if any more will be made.

I discovered I could do the the Tenyo Parabox routine with the mini using 6" sponge balls. I still don't have a sensible presentation for the combination.
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I substituted something else for my routine idea. Thanks.
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Ray Pierce
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I actually have one built many years ago from cardboard and contact paper by Jonathan Neal and it is unsurprisingly perfect!
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You do ?!!

I know I made one for myself many years ago... I had forgotten that I made one for you! How big is it?
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I think this is the original one you made, around 4" or so. You were going through one of your cleaning phases and asked me if I wanted it. It's a treasure!
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Ok... you are right, my 'cleaning phases ' are notorious..lots of good stuff is given away, when I tire of having it around me!
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It even has the holes and tabs on the bottoms... the usual beautiful work!
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It is not that hard to make. You will need some heavy cardboard. Kind of like the boxes that are used to hold clothes.
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