Click a thumbnail to see its larger version and description.
Another "olzed" cuboid.
In the era of handmade puzzle modifications cuboids were under the greatest possible achievements. Back then cubes were available only up to 5x5x5 and therefore cuboids with one dimension equal to 6 was not imaginable.
Thanks to CAD-programs, 3D-printing-technology and the technique of "olzing" these limits were shattered lik in this cuboid.
The puzzle was designed by Mark Segedin and printed by Karl-Heinz Diekmann.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann.
This puzzle can be found in collections of these members:
Found a mistake or something missing? Edit it yourself
or contact the moderator