I get a lot of enjoyment from replicating puzzles. I do not sell these, it’s about the learning the design process (inkscape) and the fun of working with different materials while making them. I usually don’t take pics before giving them to my daughter or friends. I thought I’d share this one here. It’s called “Nosey” for somewhat obvious reasons.
Oh yeah, I read about that puzzle—it’s supposed to be fiendishly difficult because you think that one little “nose” is supposed to go in a matching slot and it doesn’t. Yours is super cool!
Simple frame from walnut with maple (I think, scrap piece) base.
Pieces are 1"/25mm nominal, so the frame is 75mm ID in each dimension. No kerf compensation, so everything is a lovely fit when assembled in any direction.
Has anyone else found that almost all 1/8" materials have a 0.2mm kerf?
(am I obviously ambi-unital?)
Yeah, I like the frame to keep it all contained.
Neat, and love the different woods you used.