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Two hexagon puzzles - five and nine pieces

by rmoro, published

Two hexagon puzzles - five and nine pieces by rmoro Apr 18, 2013

Description

Two hexagonal puzzles consisting of five and nine pieces. The puzzles seems easy, but in fact they are really hard. Especially the one with nine pieces. Getting the first parts in is easy, but the last part(s) will not fit most of the time. Keep your visitors busy with this print on the coffee table.

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Welcome to the world of 3D-printing. You can also (learn to) do this! Although you don't have the skill yet, you seem very enthusiastic to me, that will keep you going on your path to learn new skills.
This looks really cool how do you all do this stuff I haven't begun learning how to create stuff and so I am blown away by everyone's skills

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Print the frame and the puzzle pieces. I have provided two options for the puzzle pieces: in one print and all separate if you want different colors for each puzzle piece. Note that the STL-files are 50% scaled down from the SketchUp design.
This looks really cool how do you all do this stuff I haven't begun learning how to create stuff and so I am blown away by everyone's skills
Sep 17, 2014 - Modified Sep 17, 2014
rmoro - in reply to FANGTASTIC48
Welcome to the world of 3D-printing. You can also (learn to) do this! Although you don't have the skill yet, you seem very enthusiastic to me, that will keep you going on your path to learn new skills.
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