Intricate wooden puzzle

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#1

Don’t recall seeing this on the fora…

http://imgur.com/xqtliyz


#2

The endlessly-watching eyes of the Glowforge faithful miss nothing :wink::


#3

So (referring to the kerf discussion)how would something like this compensate for kerf? I would assume you would cut it from one piece, cutting “on” the line. Would the kerf just be negligible? these pieces seem pretty darn precise. :confused:


#4

I think if you compensated for kerf the pieces would be very hard to make fit!


#5

Wouldn’t want to compensate for kerf on this. See how the pieces just drop in…that’s the beauty if it.


#6

The piece just disappears into the puzzle… absorbed.


#7

So you’re saying it’s just cut on the lines and the kerf is small enough for a nice fit (and lines are pasrt of the piece actually).


#8

If you picked it up, the pieces would probably fall out if it was flat. But for this particular application it works perfectly. They would wiggle just a bit if you moved them, but a very little bit.


#9

This is so satisfying to watch, for some reason.