This is my Triple Polygon Puzzle Pack! It Features three separate polygon puzzles; a pentagon, a hexagon, and an octagon. Each puzzle comes with its own puzzle frame to put the puzzle in. Each puzzle roughly the same size. All the pieces for all the puzzles are 4mm tall. Here are some features of each specific puzzle:
The pentagon puzzle is the 5-sided puzzle in the bunch. Its radius from center to outer point is just under 69mm. The puzzle is made up of 18 pieces.
The hexagon puzzle is the 6-sided puzzle in this pack. Its radius is also just under 69mm. This puzzle has 14 pieces. In my opinion, the hexagon puzzle is the easiest of the three.
The octagon puzzle is the 8-sided shape. It's also the last puzzle in this pack, which is also, 8-sided. The radius of this puzzle, from center to point, is just under 70mm. This puzzle is constructed from a total of 23 pieces. I'd say this one is the most difficult of the thee, although I can't say fo sure, since I designed them, I know how to solve them.
All the puzzles print in place and the pieces can be separated very easily after, depending on your printer. Once the pieces are separated, you can use a hobby knife or razor blade to cut the little hairs and stings, sticking between each piece. You don't to do this depending on how it looks after, and your own descretion if you want to or not.
The puzzles can be printed with 5% infill. The width of the pieces is 5mm for the thinnest areas. I've printed all of these puzzles with 5% infill, and they all came out great.
You can use a higher percentage of infill for the frames, which I did a couple times, but its not really necessary if you don't want to do more than the minimum.