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WORKS FOR ME. WATCH YOUTUBE SPACE.
YES! High tensile rubber, free-standing, then let the kids orient it any way they wanted to; any way they had enough collective strength to roll it! Then set up a hidden time-lapse camera to record the antics. :D Beb.
OR MAKE IT OUT OF SOLID RUBBER:)
As an alternative, you could rotate it around the two right hand edges until they were sitting on the ground and the left hand corner was poking up into the sky. I think that would make a more interesting climbing structure... and perhaps give it a more pleasing, aesthetic appearance. Fascinating! You've triggered my spatial imagination! Beb.
Maybe... made out of poured concrete, but there would need to be some significant ferro reinforcement to support the cantilevering. I can just imagine how that extreme left hand corner would jig up and down with a couple of kids bouncing on it! Maybe the corners would need rounding to minimise injury?Beb.
IT COULD GO IN A KIDS PLAYGROUND FOR THEM TO CLIMB ON BEB.
I GOT OUT THE LATHE nanab AND THEN POLISHED IT SMOOTH;0)
THANKS TERESA (✬‿✬)
Hi @KARLS !Another interesting puzzle... difficult to implement because precise workmanship would be needed and there are some subtle curves not evident in the illustration, but certainly not impossible. It would make an interesting piece of outdoor sculpture.Beb.
Of course it's impossible, for us, but not for you. How did you get those pieces of wood to go together so seamlessly? Great puzzle!
I love this puzzle, Karls! (✬‿✬) - Teresa