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Neuschwanstein Castle 3D Jigsaw Puzzle, 890-Piece

$44.99


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Build a three dimensional model of the famous fairy tale castle in Bavaria, Germany, Neuschwanstein Castle with this Wrebbit 3d puzzle. This Neuschwanstein Castle 3d puzzle has 890 pieces. The pieces have a non-toxic polyethylene foam backing. This 3d puzzle also includes instruction guide. Assemble flat sections like a regular jigsaw puzzle and then connect the sections to complete the 3d Neuschwanstein Castle model. The finished dimensions of the Neuschwanstein Castle 3d puzzle are 22" (55.75 cm) x 11.5" (29 cm) x 15.25" (38.75 cm). Once completed, the three dimensional Neuschwanstein Castle can be displayed. The perfect gift for puzzle fans or people have German heritage. For ages 12 and up.

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I think there’s all sorts of ideas of things you can do with 3D print puzzle toys. You can go for the brain teaser route and do things that you have to slot together to get them apart. There’s all sorts of different ways that you can accomplish this puzzle toy idea and take it with your favorite type of puzzle. I just think that’s a really great and fun way to do it. You can start with something less challenging where you’re just cutting it apart and you can move to something more challenging where you get to this interlocking interacting. You’re advancing your CAD skills at the same time.

What I like about these 3D print puzzle toys is that they’re really combining new manufacturing techniques with old manufacturing techniques. They have a different philosophy than we do when it comes to 3D printing things. They’re 3D printing their parts with support material, because they’re creating a lot of organic forms that are, no matter what orientation you put them in, you need support in order to print them.