Open Bounty: Jigsaw Lamp Assembly – claimed

Posted: March 21, 2008 by ralliart12 in ScratchPad
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Anybody whom can take Exhibit A & gimme Exhibit B, will get the vouchers in Exhibit C. Nuff said. Update: the bounty has been claimed.
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  1. JigsawBreak says:

    Man, 3rd puzzles are even more difficult than the 2d ones. Where did you get that one?

  2. ralliart12 says:

    Hi “JigsawBreak”, I got a pair of such “lamps” from Phuket, Thailand. They are very cheap but beautiful. My cousin got his assembled, but unfortunately, I’m still struggling with mine.

  3. ad says:

    Hahaha I feel your pain, I really do! Got mine from Thailand too, managed to do the 30-piece one eventually.

    I think the flattened square designs need some of the pieces reversing (the pieces are usually rough on the outside). Keep hacking away at it, eventually it’ll become clear!

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  5. Mandos says:

    I bought these in thailand 2. First one went together by complete fluke. Second one to me days and I couldn’t work it out. It finally clicked. To make the big round one just start with 5 pieces and link them round in a rosette shape. Where the pieces hook around each other the middle “swirl” should have 5 hooks. If you look at the pieces at the top and bottom of each piece the hook like things on the corner are different – the key is to hook the same shaped hooks together – god that sounds confusing but once you get it it goes together easily

  6. builder says:

    hej out there – i’d like to build that great lamps on my own out of another material. has anybody the model shape a little more detailed for me? many thanks in advance! b.

  7. Jean says:

    We got a very good instruction here

  8. john K says:

    I got the instruction here – http://www.koanliving.com/zelight

    You can get from their eBay shop and cheap

  9. […] & delivered the finishing touch to complete the lamp. To be honest, most of the comments on that bounty post (& the rest of the web) are actually from online-sellers of those type of lamps & since […]

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