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SummaryMy latest interactive puzzle poster design is another challenging 3D printing project but with the added bonus of being connected to a very worthwhile charitable cause! http://nifty50.sociodesign.co.uk It would make a great hanging artwork or even a puzzle with a contemporary theme for bigger kids! A collaboration with a designer friend of mine. 50 Designers x50 Posters. A poster project that challenges participants to creatively interpret the word 'Money' in aid of @CMHCharity organised by @SocioDesign http://nifty50.sociodesign.co.uk/bidding/57/wolff-olins/the-goods-life I'm hoping it'll attract lots of interest and help raise loads of money for the receiving charity http://cmhcharity.org.uk The auction has only a few days left, so if you would like to bid for this or any of the great designs, then please go ahead and support a great cause! However, if you fancy a 3D printing challenge, then here it is for free - i'm sure someone will buy the original! Enjoy!Print SettingsPrinter Brand: MakerBotRafts: NoSupports: NoResolution: 0.1 - 0.2mmInfill: 20-30%Notes: Printed with Faberdashery PLA http://www.faberdashery.co.uk 48 pieces of the poster jigsaw to print. No support or raft needed. Print at a high res to retain detail. The full poster size is A2 (420x594mm) But it should be okay to scale 50% and the pieces should fit together - if you're over extruding, you may have fit issues at smaller sizes.How I Designed ThisAll my own creations, except the Lamborghini and heels, adapted 3d models from these great sites: http://www.dmi-3d.net/modelscar9.html and http://archive3d.net/?tag=high%20heels thanks