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 Post subject: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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A while back Tony fisher posted a topic about what puzzles should be built, but had not. I was fascinated by the idea of an extended megaminx, however no one tried to make it. so I got a bit of determination this weekend and decided to build it.

Designing the parts took a few hours, and cleaning the masters took a few more. I started pouring the molds Sat April 18th at 1am, and finished assembling the puzzle today at 2:10am. much stickering was done since. I'm always slow with that. In any case This puzzle works perfectly however some faces are a bit tighter than others. sadly I accidentally turned the tightest of second layers in the video, but rest assured the others are very smooth. just some adjustments needed.

The layers of this puzzle CAN be equal in size. However I chose to go with thinner extended layers to help balance out the face to side appearance. I think its quite pleasant.

I used Smooth Cast 300 as my resin and is now my favorite of all the resins so far, it has a perfect texture and cure time! if you cast, GET IT NOW!

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not the puzzle I was expecting,but this is fantastic! looks great. I dont know about the rest of you but i'm going to bed now..

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Not what I thought it would be, but still amazing. Well done.
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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Surprise puzzle
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awesome puzzle, i cant remember where the thread talking about it was, but if anyone was gonna do it, it would be you :wink:

so did you use your gigaminx design and lower the corners and edges till they were inside the puzzle, or did you build from scratch?

edit: found it viewtopic.php?f=9&t=9371&p=146959&hilit=extended+megaminx#p146959

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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Totally better than what I guessed :wink:

You've outdone yourself again, only one more to go on Tony's list, I just wish I could finish my 3x4x5 designs :cry:


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Also not expecting this but I love it :D!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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OOOOHHHHH OOHHOOO
I never thought that this is possible. Not in this size anyway. I mean ok, it's printed and not handmade but still. Megaminx fully functional extension on all 12 sides, that's insane!!!
But there is one thing I was already thinking when I saw Tony's Cross Cube.
If you made the additional "rows" like tips that would look even better. And I bet it would be hard to determine what it actually is if you shaped a cross cube like an octahedron and this awesome cross minx like an icosahedron.
Anyway, this is so cool. And hard to solve. Like solving centers of a super gigaminx. I could never figure out how to place the center square pieces on a 5x5 or 7x7 cube. If you can it should be simple to solve though. (obviously) :D

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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:D Excellent work, Drew! As others have said, it wasn't at all what I expected, but very nice nonetheless! I've always loved solving gigaminx centers for some reason, so this would be the perfect puzzle for me if I could get my hands on one.

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Cool puzzle! When I first saw Tony's idea, I noticed that the original megaminx it would be made of would need very wide edges, which no mass produced medaminx really had. This is a good solution, just CAD it.

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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Very nice! Did you design the core, or use an existing one? Also, I'm glad you decided to check out the Smoothcast 300. I love that stuff. Don't promote it too much......you'll drive up the price! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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Give it 6 months and he'll have an extended Petaminx :wink: Really great design though.

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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This puzzle is awesome. Just... awesome. :D

It looks a lot harder than the megaminx...

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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Kapusta wrote:
It looks a lot harder than the megaminx...

Not really. Get all five edges in the correct layer, then position a corner piece that needs to go into the correct layer directly below an open corner piece in the layer you're solving, on the right hand side. Then move the right face clockwise, top face clockwise, right face counterclockwise, top face clockwise, right face clockwise, top face counterclockwise twice, right face counterclockwise. It's just like inserting a single center corner on a 5x5 in the last layer...or look at it as a sune modified for a dodecahedral puzzle.

That being said, the puzzle looks amazing. Nice to see you straying from the tetrahedral-based puzzle realm. I wouldn't say you've outdone yourself, but you've done quite a nice job with this one.

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Amazing job as always! never thought that could be done but proved wrong i was.


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I love it very well done :D

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This just made my day drew, this is by far the most beautiful megaminx mod(in my opinion). I had alqays qondered who would be the first to make this puzzle, and now it seems to be you, will this be available for sale any time soon?

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Babyface Super Megaminx? I like!

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Fantastic work Drew! This came out better then I expected it to!

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Geez, Drew!

That was fast work! But even when you crank these puzzles out so quickly, they look painstakingly perfect!

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That is amazing! Nice work.


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wow! that is amazing

would you please do a size comparison with your gigaminx

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Cross-Minx
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i hate you...


good job :(

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good job :(

this ninja life tips is for you lol
drew is basically the samurai

samurais are the source of much stress for ninjas. They think there sooooo cool with their armor and swords and those awesome helmets. Its in a ninjas best interest not to think about these things. :)

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good job :(


Ummm, what? why?

cubedude10: LOL

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Drewseph wrote:
Kickflip1993 wrote:
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good job :(


Ummm, what? why?

cubedude10: LOL


A friend did me a favor designing this...
You made it before us...

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well then go ahead and build it LOL I'd love to see how your approach works.

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well then go ahead and build it LOL I'd love to see how your approach works.


ok I will do so :D

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*sniff sniff*
So... beautiful...
New puzzles always bring tears of joy to my eyes :lol:
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Lookin' good! :D and in white too :)

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That thing is beautiful. It's got great colors and shapes. It's so pleasing to look at!

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Looks great, Drew!!!


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Is there a tera-cross-minx in the future perhaps?

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Scott Bedard wrote:
Is there a tera-cross-minx in the future perhaps?


Oh, now that I'd love to see, might not be possible but I'd certainly be the first to sign up if he makes a waiting list :lol:


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I didnt read thru this.

just wanted to say.. well.. omg

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WOW! Awesome as usual Drew. It looks beautiful. I can't believe how fast you churn these out!

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Impressive!

So, are we going to see a cross-tetrahedron in the near future?

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Top score Drewseph!
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Did you cast just add-on bits or the pteces themselves?
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Drew, you are just an amazing builder. Kudos to you.


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Very nice, beautiful puzzle!

And I'm surprised no-one else has said this yet:

KITTY! :mrgreen: I can never get over how cute your cats are...

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Hi :-)

I was hoping there would be stickers behind the extended layers. Thta would have led to a more intereting puzzle. "Megaminx within megaminx" - sort of. This puzzle should be easier to solve than a normal megamix - but a bit more pieces ...

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Thanks Per, I was wondering if this ended up making it more difficult or not.


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Yes I did initially want stickers inside the layers, to make a megaminx inside it, however I think they might rub off with all the turning

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Drew, you're nuts.

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Drew, I think we're well beyond the point where you need to update the collection photo in your sig!

I can't wait to see what you come up with next...


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Hi :-)

I was hoping there would be stickers behind the extended layers. Thta would have led to a more intereting puzzle. "Megaminx within megaminx" - sort of. This puzzle should be easier to solve than a normal megamix - but a bit more pieces ...

Per 8-)


Well, the puzzle as is behaves exactly like a super gigaminx centers only (by center I mean any piece that is not on an edge or corner of the gigaminx).
If you add your "interior" megaminx inside:
First off, the edges of said interior puzzle would never be visible :wink: only the corners so it's more of an "impossiball within gigaminx-centers" :lol:
Second, this adds to the total positions of the puzzle. To solve you could simply solve the interior puzzle and then the exterior without much increased difficulty, but it would undeniably take longer, and perhaps therefore is more difficult to solve than a Cross-Minx as is. But how does the Cross-Minx relate to the megaminx in difficulty? That depends on your method 8-) You have much more freedom with a cross-minx but also have to worry about new tricky permutations that aren't present on Gigaminx centers so it's hard to say which would be more difficult :)

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wow! that is amazing

would you please do a size comparison with your gigaminx

please?

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Allagem wrote:

Well, the puzzle as is behaves exactly like a super gigaminx centers only (by center I mean any piece that is not on an edge or corner of the gigaminx).


Well not quite. The middle center of a super gigaminx would have visible orientations. On this puzzle they do not. I want to play this puzzle on some applet/simulation as i for sure never will see this puzzle in real life :wink:

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TheCube wrote:
wow! that is amazing

would you please do a size comparison with your gigaminx

please?

The puzzle is the same size as my gigaminx 1.5

I can't show you because I don't have my gigaminx anymore, Geert does

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Drewseph wrote:
Yes I did initially want stickers inside the layers, to make a megaminx inside it, however I think they might rub off with all the turning


Do not use stickers, but make those inner pieces of coloured plastic entirely. Then they wont simply wear down easily ...

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