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Two circles with 90°-turns in an immensely complex puzzle.

This puzzle is the result of a collaboration of Gregorio Morales with the forum member "El Cubitero". The former designed the pattern of cuts and the latter designed the mechanism and printed it.

The name for this puzzles comes from the mathematician Euclid, known as the father of geometry, and since this puzzle has triangles, squares, pentagons, hexagons and octagons, the designer thought it was a perfect name.

The Euclidean is a puzzle in which the circles rotate in 90º intervals and intersect each other with a deep cut, which goes beyond the center of the adjacent circle, making all those different pieces appear, which can also be completely scrambled.

Euclidean 2 was presented together with Euclidean 3 that has an entry of its own. The latter has a third circle with a shallower cut, similar to the one that the Tritium or Twin Rings would have.

Printed in PETG plastic with an Ender 3

Thickness: 11 mm

Diameter (of circles): 80 mm

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