Ponoko did all of the laser cutting for Game Frame, so when they introduced a new material challenge, naturally I wanted to participate. The new material is a beautiful finished wood, available in three color tones. Tangram seemed like a natural fit. If you haven’t seen this puzzle before, you can read about it on Wikipedia. Basically it dates back 1000 years, with roots in China. Using only 7 pieces, a myriad of recognizable silhouettes can be formed. It’s actually surprisingly hard just to form the square again if you don’t take a good mental picture. My kids love it.