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Wooden Fractal Tray Puzzle - Gosper Curve

$ 44.99 CAD Canadian Flag

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Product Information

ObjectFit all the pieces into the tray.
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandMartin Raynsford
TypesMartin Raynsford, Wooden Jigsaws
Dimensions19.4 cm x 19.4 cm x 0.6 cm / 7.6 in x 7.6 in x 0.25 in
PackagingShrinkwrap

Product Description

Please note that wood colors vary!

This original design is brought to you by Martin Raynsford and was originally funded through a Kickstarter campaign. There are several fiendishly complicated tray puzzles based upon space filling fractal curves.

The Gosper Curve was named after Bill Gosper and also known as the snowflake. The triangular pattern is reminiscent of a complex snowflake.

Made from a high quality birch laser plywood sheet, the natural look of the wood will show natural colour variations. The material is sanded and oiled to create a superior finish.  Some of the puzzles have been dyed with wood dye.  The name of the puzzle is displayed on the front, while the designer is displayed on the back.

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    On Friday August 28th David Smith wrote,
I found this web sight and printed it in 3D it’s a night mare to put together but the satisfaction of Finnish is a mazing . https://www.flickr.com/photos/osr/sets/72157678355703193/