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 Post subject: grigorusha Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2010 1:52 am 
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Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
The first puzzle in the World that combines Zero-style and Void-style (Zeroid = Zero + Void)

why is the version number - 0.9, and why not video?
I bring all the apologies, but I made a serious mistake in the design ...
puzzle turned out very flabby, barely turning and easily falls apart :cry:
At first I thought it was a weak design, but now I see how to fix it -
for this I have completely redone all of the ......

I want to relax a bit and build another puzzle, later I will come back to this ...
If the new design will be good, then it will be available for sale;)

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version 1.0 there
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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
PostPosted: Fri Jun 25, 2010 2:39 am 
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You try to guess - what is this puzzle?
it is Core for new puzzle...



I know what his puzzle is! It is core for new puzzle! ^^

Ok, all jokes aside I think it's a new void cube mechanism :? :shock:

:D Greg :D

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
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I think it is void circle cube!

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
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Zero cube?

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
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another hint, here 30 faces
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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
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is it your zeroid cube?


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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube
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Awesome design! We've come a long way recently with void AND circle puzzles alike, and this brings the two together. :D

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube
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Another awesome puzzle! This year is going to have a lot of new and exciting puzzles.

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube
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Such an interesting combination of puzzles.

Void cube has no centers.
Circle cube has super centers.

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube
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Are any of the inside pieces attached to the outside pieces or do they all turn freely?


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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
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grigr wrote:
another hint, here 30 faces
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I'd be tempted to say 18 faces. There are the 6 faces of the cube and it has 3 holes cut through it. Each of those holes has 4 faces.

18 = 6 + 3x4.

That said I do now see why you are saying 30. Any mathematicians here that could comment of which number is correct and why?

Checking a related question "How many faces does Alexander's Star have?" And I see...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_dodecahedron

This says 12 pentagonal faces not 60 triangular faces so I'm leaning toward 18 for this shape.

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18 = 6 + 3x4.

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6x4+6=30

6 holes 4 faces in each. 6 additional faces of the 3x3

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wwwmwww wrote:

18 = 6 + 3x4.

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6x4+6=30

6 holes 4 faces in each. 6 additional faces of the 3x3

there are only 3 holes that add to the number of faces, they extend to the other side of the cube making it look like 6.

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha New Puzzle
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Namegoeswhere wrote:
ulmboy556 wrote:
wwwmwww wrote:

18 = 6 + 3x4.

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6x4+6=30

6 holes 4 faces in each. 6 additional faces of the 3x3

there are only 3 holes that add to the number of faces, they extend to the other side of the cube making it look like 6.

But in the center the faces are seperated. I'd go with 30.

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube
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wow grigr you never cease to amaze. Is that available for print?


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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube
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merlintocs wrote:
Are any of the inside pieces attached to the outside pieces or do they all turn freely?

all facets are the equal - the inner circle is in place when the outer circle runs around the center

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
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If has version of same color sticker original void it should be nice one.
very good disign :D
wait to see complete version (V1.0)

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
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grigr wrote:
Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
The first puzzle in the World that combines Zero-style and Void-style (Zeroid = Zero + Void)

why is the version number - 0.9, and why not video?
I bring all the apologies, but I made a serious mistake in the design ...
puzzle turned out very flabby, barely turning and easily falls apart :cry:

haha, love the use of adjectives!


Great design. I hope to see the v1.0 and hope to own one myself someday.

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
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I feel like such a doofus.

I now, finally, after seeing the mechanism for this and the Crazy Cube Plus, and other circle puzzles, understand how the circle mech works.

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Took me long enough. I think I know what you did to the pieces to make it more stable. I think later for practice I'll design a circle 3x3x3. :D

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
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grigr wrote:
Zeroid Cube (v 0.9) The first puzzle in the World that combines Zero-style and Void-style (Zeroid = Zero + Void)
Fantastic, I love such combinations! How did you put it together? Glue? Flexibility of nylon?
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Oskar wrote:
grigr wrote:
Zeroid Cube (v 0.9) The first puzzle in the World that combines Zero-style and Void-style (Zeroid = Zero + Void)
Fantastic, I love such combinations! How did you put it together? Glue? Flexibility of nylon?
Oskar

Thank you Oskar!
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grigr wrote:
Oskar wrote:
grigr wrote:
Zeroid Cube (v 0.9) The first puzzle in the World that combines Zero-style and Void-style (Zeroid = Zero + Void)
Fantastic, I love such combinations! How did you put it together? Glue? Flexibility of nylon?
Oskar

Thank you Oskar!
no cross core, no screw and spring, no glue, no flexibility parts -
only mechanical mech!


I hate having to make cores or buy screws.

I'll take it!

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 Post subject: Re: grigorusha Zeroid Cube (v 0.9)
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5. my full 3d-print parts

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