How to Solve Wooden Cube Puzzle

Wooden cube puzzles are quite interesting and unique compared to other puzzles. This is because they comprise multiple pieces with different shapes. Besides giving them an attractive look, the different shapes also make the puzzle extremely challenging.

To solve a wooden cube puzzle, start by making a group of different sizes. Then, place each piece on top of one another according to their size. While doing this, you need to keep the prongs of each piece in an upward direction to fix them tightly with each other. 

Not only are wooden cube puzzles interesting to solve, but they also look cool. You can place them in a prominent place in your room to show them off. Their natural wooden build complements your room’s interior. So once you solve the puzzle, you can keep it as décor. Read more to learn how you can solve these puzzles in just a few minutes.

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Cube Puzzles with Wooden Pieces

First, you need to disassemble your puzzle to practice the solving method. In a wooden cube puzzle, you will have around 12 differently-shaped pieces. At first glance, these puzzles look simple and straightforward to make, but that is not the case. 

While it’s true that they are not as challenging to make as a Rubik’s cube, they still require effort, time, and focus on getting in a cube shape. And unlike a Rubik’s cube, there’s no way to cheat. So while peeling off the stickers and sticking them back in your desired areas will work for a Rubik’s cube, this puzzle needs immense effort. 

So, if you want to solve your puzzle without getting restless and irritated, you need to follow the following steps. The best part is that you can simply memorize these steps and show off your skills in front of your friends and family.

Disassemble Your Cube

When you separate each piece, you will notice four medium, two large, and four small pieces. On top of that, there will be two small pieces that don't have any match. Make a group of each type of piece, and keep them separately on a surface. 

Start With the Large Piece

Keep the largest piece on your workstation while making sure the prongs are facing upwards. Now you need to take a small bar, which has a U-like shape. Place it into the groove of the first piece by making sure the large piece’s prongs face upward. 

Opt for Medium Size Pieces

Once you are done with the previous step, take the two medium pieces. Now, place these pieces back to back on the fixed pieces. Make sure that the cutouts of the medium-sized pieces stay over the prong of the last small piece you have placed in your puzzle. 

At this point, after placing each puzzle appropriately, you will get an H-like shape from these blocks. 

Use the Last Large Piece

At this step, you need to create a set of two pieces on a flat surface. First, place the second large piece on your workstation. Make sure that its prong points upwards.

Take another small piece that has a U-like shape. This piece will be a flat U shape that acts as a base for the remaining pieces. When placing this piece on a larger one, keep the prongs facing upwards. You will get an uneven shape and two pieces interlinking with each other. 

Now, you need to turn over this set of pieces and put it right on the top of the H shape of your puzzle. Your puzzle will be half done at this point and will start to give you a square-like shape. If not, you must have done something wrong. Try to think about which step you have done wrong, and do it again. It’s important to know that you will not get a proper cube shape if you don’t make a proper base for your puzzle. 

Fill the Hole

When you look to the sides of the base of your puzzle, you will see a hole in the center of it. You need to fill these holes before stacking pieces on top of one another. 

For this purpose, take two small puzzle pieces, both of which will have a prong striating from their center. Begin this step by sliding each piece to the center of the puzzle. Additionally, you need to slide both pieces on different sides, i.e., slide one piece from the left and one from the right. While following this step, the flat side of each puzzle will be in an outward direction. 

Make T Shapes

You need to create two separate T shapes from the remaining pieces of your puzzle. Take two pieces of different sizes to create one-two, and follow the same procedure to create another. Remember to do this task before placing the remaining pieces on the assembled puzzle. 

Once you are done with it, place each T separately and carefully on the puzzle- one will go from the bottom and the other one from the top. Despite being done, there is a great chance of disturbing the alignment of each fixed piece. This is why you need to be a bit careful while doing this.

Lastly, push all the pieces to form a fixed and unmovable cube but with less pressure. Your puzzle will be ready at this point.  The trick to mastering the puzzle over time is to practice it a couple of times by following these steps. Once you memorize them, you can easily make the puzzle wherever and whenever you want, and showcase your interesting skill to others. 

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