If you'd like to make your own, the cutting files and instructions are available here.
Visitors to Maker Faire Moscow worked together to build wooden climbing frames. The project was curated by Adrien Rosselet, who prepared 120 identical wooden struts using a CNC router at FabLab Moscow.
The struts have been cleverly designed to work in both a triangular and square pattern. "It was fun to see that people of all ages were amused by this structure," says Adrien. With "everyone having their own way of building and using the structure."
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