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Step-Star 3D Puzzle

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Product Information

Objectmake a star shape
DifficultyLevel 8 - Demanding
BrandFulcrum Design
TypesTom Longtin, Other Wood Puzzles
DimensionsComplete Puzzle Size: 5 in x 5 in x 7 in / 12.7 cm x 12.7 cm x 17.8 cm
PackagingPlastic Zipper Pouch

Product Description

Note: Comes unassembled.

These wooden put together puzzles are made by Tom Longtin.  Laser cut to exactly fit in place.  These wooden puzzles are more a work of art then they are a puzzle.  Still challenging to put together but rewarding to see the final product.

The puzzles are the perfect size for a bookshelf or desk accessory.  They are also light-weight, and make great mobiles by tying a loop of string around them. 

The 100% recycled material is attractive on its own, however, the sculptures can be painted -- either acrylic or oil-based paint works well.  The sculptures may also be gently disassembled by inserting a small, narrow blade (like a pen-knife) between the interlocking tabs, and can be assembled and disassembled over and over.

Tom Longtin is a brilliant graphic artist, computer programmer, and mathematical sculptor.

  • made in Vermont of 100% recycled material
  • parts snap together; no gluing necessary
  • puzzle comes with illustrated instruction sheet
  • number of pieces: 24


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    On Friday April 10th   Jeffery Mewtamer wrote,
I am hoping that my review will give a unique perspective on this puzzle as I am blind but still love puzzles. Really is more of a geometric sculpture than a proper puzzle, though the finished produce is quite beautiful to hold, and the instructions for assembly are easy to follow even if you can't see the diagrams.