I have a great enthusiasm for three-dimensional puzzles that are built from geometric elements. The classic example is the soma cube. The site 'Puzzle will be played' has collected an almost infinite number of these puzzles. Among them are also some that do not use cubes as basic elements. In an effort to design an unusual puzzle myself, I came up with a basic cylindrical shape with a subdivision of 7. After a contact with the operator of Puzzle will be played, Ishino, I added some improvements and on his suggestion, the BurrTools to find more solutions. Surprisingly, there are 25 of them. Building the puzzle is extremely simple. The layers are milled and glued correctly. There is nothing more to say about it.
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