Challenging and rewarding 3D puzzles
Detailed step-by-step instructions included
Pieces cut with precision laser engineering
"Love it! It’s a great crafted train! Good material and detailed instructions, no glue required! Not too big nor too small. Great for displaying. My son is a big fan of trains. We built it together and had so much fun!" - Tom Waitley, purchased April 15, 2020
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Inspired by the evolution of transport back to the 19th century, the characteristic vehicles of each era are replicated into mini scale models with detailed, intricate structures in these fun-to-build wooden models.
This extraordinary mechanical model kit will require 4 - 6 hours of devoted time and effort to complete, but the process is most fulfilling and rewarding. It makes for the perfect Father's Day giftfor Dad or any family member who enjoys puzzles and could use some time away from their phones and digital screens!
The model's pieces are made of 100% Basswood and laser-cut utilizing precision German engineering, producing pieces with with no burrs or rough edges.
Pre-cut wooden boards allow you to easily pop the individual pieces and the interlocking mechanisms means no glue is required. The detailed instruction manual will bring you through the journey to complete this masterpiece step-by-step.
Inspired by the evolution of transport back to the 19th century, the characteristic vehicles of each era are replicated into mini scale models.
This extraordinary mechanical model kit will require 4 - 6 hours of devoted time and effort to complete, but the process is most fulfilling and rewarding. It makes for the perfect Father's Day gift for Dad or for any avid modeler.
The model's pieces are made of 100% Basswood and laser-cut utilizing precision German engineering. Pre-cut wooden board allows you to easily pop the individual pieces and the interlocking mechanisms means no glue is required.
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I enjoyed building this 3-D wooden model of a European 19th century steam locomotive. I wish someone made one like this of an American locomotive, but this makes a very nice display. The miniature plywood parts are sturdy and usually easy to remove from the precision laser cut sheets. The instructions are good, easy to follow pictures and most of the parts are laser imprinted with the part numbers.
A total of maybe 5-6 hours to complete (done in three days, so about 2 hours a day). The instructions were clear, the packaging was good, and I enjoyed that it came with a few extra parts of the fragile pieces. We did use a pack of handy tweezers to take out some parts, it helped with the fragile pieces. Overall we enjoyed building it and the end result is super cool!
I am a fan of wooden puzzles. This was nicely designed; accurate cutting parts; clear instructions to follow; much easier to assemble than Ugears; no extra tools were needed during the assembling process; extra pieces were provided for those easy broken parts.