A very hard sequential discovery puzzle that highlights precision engineering and design in aluminum. The goal is to take the EGG apart into two pieces. …
And finally we’ve got just a few of these amazing EGG puzzles from Wil.
A very hard sequential discovery puzzle that highlights precision engineering and design in aluminum.
The goal is to take the EGG apart into two pieces. But to do it you don’t need to break anything. No force, no banging, no magnets.
The history of the EGG (written by Wil):
See the picture I took when I visited James Dalgety in December 2011. The date on the bottom from the EGG says 1986, so it is now at least 28 years ago that I created this EGG.
This first creation will be also in the collection from Jerry Slocum, Dick Hess and in some other collections. Maximum production at that time was less then ten. In the 90tys last century a company tried to produce the EGG. The result at the end was a broken EGG, too difficult to produce they told me. So when I saw my EGG again in the collection from James Dalgety I decided to give it a try. See the result here. I’m very proud of the result and I hope you will enjoy playing with it. I’m sure it will be a nice addition to your puzzle collection.