PicPulp can build for you a standard puzzle, or a really customized one! You can change the materials, the colors, the sizes, write your own name, add a logo, etc. If you want a standard puzzle, the manufacturing lead times are approximately one week. It should be increased by the delivery time.
To evaluate shipping charges, you can use the online Swiss post's calculator and consult the "PostPac International Economy" tarification which allows to track shipments on the Web. Besides packaging, weight and dimensions of the puzzles are approximately: 70 g one puzzle 8x8x1 cm, 300 g one pack with three puzzles 9x9x4 cm, 320 g one tray 24x24x1 cm, 900 g three packs (that can be assemble in a storage cube), 1200 g a collector's box with nine puzzles 19x19x4 cm. For example, for someone who lives in Australia, postage and packaging for a collector box plus a tray (Eco PostPac less than 2Kg) would be 55.40 CHF, which is the "worst" case.
Collector box packaging
When I show to PicPulp my first plans, they needed to rework it, especially the box, in order to take into account the thickness of the cutting laser point which is 0.2 mm. Blaise told me he would occasionally work with an accuracy of 0.05 mm! I was really impressed. I immediately knew I had found the right people to carry out this puzzle... I love Swiss Precision :-)
If you want to do it yourself, you can download the full puzzle map in DXF format. The archive is protected by a password which is the solution of the anagram "The Secret Quoin is Art!", without capitalization or punctuation :-). If you have some difficulties to solve the anagram, the solution file in PDF is vectorial, but it is less precise and do not handle informations about the ordering of the cuts (layer distributions).
You can freely use the puzzle plan provided that you do not sell it and that you cite its source. The Quadratum Cubicum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. The Swiss company PicPulp has exclusive commercial distribution.
PicPulp propose a wide choice of materials and colors. Here is the online catalog of the different available plexiglass. This site allows you to choose the size of the plexiglass and calculate the price of raw material. To manufacture all 68 parts of the Quadratum Cubicum one must take 3 mm plate of 600x400 mm. The cheapest is this transparent one. I saw some others very beautiful: cherry red, fluorescent colored, black opaque, orange like the board below, but they are all more expensive.