I have decided to offer up four BAZ puzzles in one listing.
Fake Protons designed by Alexander Magyarics:
This is another great design by Alexander and beautifully crafted by Jeff. Removing the three pieces from the frame will require a total of 19 moves. Reassembly will likely be much more difficult, however a burr tools file link is available should the need arise.
Maxwell designed by Alexander Magyarics:
This is yet another great design by Alexander and beautifully crafted by Jeff. Removing the three pieces from the frame will require a total of 23 moves. Reassembly will likely be much more difficult, however a burr tools file is available should the need arise.
Smol Boi designed by Lee Baz:
“The Smol Boi, designed by Lee baz, is named because she finds the signature piece cute. The signature piece is made from select dark woods such as Wenge or Walnut to stand out from the rest. The puzzle is made from 7 unique shapes with one block glued into the tray. It is a 3 x 3 x 4 packing puzzle.”
The Plus designed by Jeff Baz:
“The Plus is a Tetris inspired, volumetric packing puzzle with a piece in the shape of a plus symbol using Black Walnut. Its a simple 6x6 single layer packing puzzle that's really meant to get people introduced into wooden puzzles. All of the pieces are pentominoes pieces with the last voxel being a fixed block in the tray. There is only one solution.”
Jeff has honed his puzzle making skills after working at CubicDissection so you’ll immediately notice a similar attention to detail that Eric is known for.
The OMG COLORS are all true unique variants of mixed exotic woods of whatever wood species we have on hand, from common exotics to the ultra rare's. Minimum of 15 wood species would be used. No two OMG COLORS puzzles will ever be the same.
The signature piece is laser engraved with "Baz".
The puzzle is finished with matte lacquer.
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John Devost ‘Canuck’
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