Magnet puzzle

Bre writes

Jon Muller wanted a puzzle that could be done over and over again so he created this thing out of wooden cubes and magnets. It only goes together in one way, so far it takes first timers between 45 minutes and 2 hours to get it together!

2 thoughts on “Magnet puzzle

  1. Jeremy says:

    I think the magnet puzzle looks awesome. Looks like it has some nice heft and snap.

    The only thing I don’t understand is the part about repeatability. Don’t people just take a puzzle apart, put it back in the box, and do it again in a year or two? How is the magnetic puzzle different?

    Anyways, nice job.

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