Non-distinct Partition Puzzle
This is the inevitable extension of my recently posted puzzles. It's similar to the last mini set I released except it's now a bit bigger. I think the rule set makes for a nicer puzzles when we reach this size.
The rules are similar to last time except now we use the numbers one through six. Each row and column contains every number once. The cages cannot contain a distinct set of numbers. Each one must have some repeated digit. When a clue appears, it means the entries of that cage sum to the clue. As you can see, only some of the cages here need clues in order to produce a unique solution. That solution is below, along with a link to a PDF version of this puzzle.