Puzzle? Sculpture? 3D printed novelty? All three!
A fascinating mathematical sculpture created by interlocking a dodecahedral cluster of 30 notched triangular sticks. Deep notching ensures the sculpture holds together during and after assembly.
Tripod is printed in its own packaging. Snip open to play. Lots of nylon dust will be trapped inside, so brush pieces and rinse in cold water first.
Tripod can be (and has been) assembled without a solution. Contact me if you *really* need help, beyond the clues given in reverse below
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I am a UK based puzzle collector and designer. I have a particular love of puzzles with underlying mathematical shapes. I like puzzles that look easy but are in fact tricky and puzzles that look tricky but are in fact easy.