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Leftovers and Leftovers Version 2.0  (Designed by Laszlo Molnar) ships unassembled - Put together

Laszlo wanted to design something that used the leftover pieces from other projects and this simple little partial cube is the result. Although it is not extremely difficult to solve, the solution may elude you for quite a while with that very satisfying “Aha!” moment eventually! I have now produced one of the other versions of this puzzle. Laszlo sent me a few versions of this design and the original Leftovers was entered into the design contest at IPP38. This version 2.0 is slightly different. Each puzzle is different and is made from at least 10 different woods. Approx. 2.0” x 2.0” x 2.0” (5.1cm x 5.1cm x 5.1cm)

Leftovers

Various wood species

$20.00

Unicum  (Designed by Norbert Galla) ships unassembled - Arrange into a symmetric shape

Although I don’t know Norbert, this design was sent to me via Laszlo. And when Laszlo sends me a design, I going to make it! I am not very good at this type of puzzle, so of course, I was not able to solve this one at all. That is until I cheated and looked at the solution. Take my evaluation for what it’s worth, but I think this is quite challenging to find the solution. Available in several different species of woods. Approx. .2” thick stock (.50cm)

Unicum

Curly White Oak

$13.00

Unicum

Bubinga

$13.00

Cubic Octahedron  (Designed by Christophe Lohe) Ships assembled

I was very surprised when I first saw this design. I was expecting a simple four piece assembly, much like Stewart Coffin’s Octahedral Cluster or 4 Piece Pyramid. It would be relatively easy to take apart and difficult to reassemble because of the confusing shape of the pieces. However, it takes a few moves to take this apart as well. And finding the first move can test your skills as well. I made these a bit larger to get as much gluing surface as possible. I was trying to avoid reinforcing all of the different joints which would increase the costs significantly. Needless to say, rough handling of the pieces should be avoided. Approx. 3.5” x 3.5” x 3.5” (9.5cm x 9.5cm x 9.5cm)

Canarywood

$60.00

Leftovers 2.0

Various wood species

$20.00