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 Post subject: Traiphum's 3x3x10
PostPosted: Tue Jul 05, 2011 11:43 pm 
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Now waiting the sticker
take a look some picture.
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here are some original parts >>
it 's stiil white
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because of this result, it alway loosen when turn 90 degree, so I make it pillowed shape
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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3xX
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Very nice!


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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3xX
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3x3x10?!

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3xX
PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 1:02 am 
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3D printed parts??? (Well, at least some of them anyhow).

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3xX
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Nice work !
How about the thickness, is it strong enough ?
I would like to make something by shapeways printing, but I still have no idea with the materials.
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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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@Ayi/ I cant guess how strong of it, when I turn it hardly it still work. I very careful when I turn it.
That thickness is 1.5mm.

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A group of 3x3x......
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Cuboid stair to.......(some where) :D
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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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I know somme one that would do anything to have those cuboids :shock: . And nice :P .

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
PostPosted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 9:19 pm 
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That is amazing! It looks like it was 3-D printed, does that mean that it is on Shapeways?


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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Hah, I thought it was pillowed but wasn't certain given the angle of the teaser photo.

In context, it's stunning how far the 3x3xN family can get before it needs pillowing. I suppose it makes sense - the 2x2x13 (Oskar's Unlucky Twist) can be made without pillowing, then the 3x3x9, then.... the 4x4x? 5x5x? and finally the 6x6x6

Again, great work.


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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Superbud9123 wrote:
That is amazing! It looks like it was 3-D printed, does that mean that it is on Shapeways?

Yes, it is a 3D print parts.
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.....In context, it's stunning how far the 3x3xN family can get before it needs pillowing. I suppose it makes sense - the 2x2x13 (Oskar's Unlucky Twist) can be made without pillowing, then the 3x3x9, then....

My first designed is proportional shape but it has a little bit mistake on drawing.
that you can see in orginal part picture.
Because I already have printed parts : anyway for approving it a good turning if still keep it proportional shape : the best way transformed it to pillowed

BTW : my original mechanism drawing same as regular 3x3x4(3x3x6&3x3x8)

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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traiphum wrote:
@Ayi/ I cant guess how strong of it, when I turn it hardly it still work. I very careful when I turn it.
That thickness is 1.5mm.


Thank you very much !!!
Maybe it is not so far from your 3x3x11 :)

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Awesome! Well done, it looks like an awesome puzzle. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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This is just incredible. I love all of your cuboid puzzles and this is by far the most impressive.
Congratulations :)

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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@ Superbud: I'm sure if you have 400-600$ to spend it'll be on shapeways... excluding markup :roll: this is too big to be shapie'd

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Fantastic puzzle. I still can't get enough of cuboids.

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it's stunning how far the 3x3xN family can get before it needs pillowing

Technically they never need pillowing.

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Some things are amazing, because they exist. This puzzle is one of them!
Well done!
The noise in the video is not so scratchy as Shapeways WSF puzzles produce it, usually.
Have you used a different printing shop or different material?

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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This puzzle was printed by Geert on a printer owned by TNO and it was tumble polished, so I guess the material is similar to Polished WSF. The puzzle also has solid pieces and it's partially made out of the normal plastic Traiphum used to build the pillowed shape. All of these things would affect the sound.
The resolution of these printer is not nearly as good as those of Shapeways, and they're not really open to the general public. Oskar did use them for his exchange puzzle, the Minimal Twist - but the bill for that was really quite high compared to a regular Shapeways order.

Excellent work! I am sorry I had not realized the issue about the parts falling out, when I was increasing the part radius I was only thinking about the part strength, not about the fact that a larger radius would make them fall out more easily. Excellent work making it pillowed, it looks and functions very well!

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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I think the pillowing looks awesome! great job.

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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Tony Fisher wrote:
Technically they never need pillowing.


True! There's a distinction between pillowing (etc) necessary in theory - like the 7x7x7 - and pillowing (etc) necessary in practice due to engineering/material constraints.

Some day we'll be 3D-printing these out of diamond and/or buckytube scaffolds with teflon-like surfaces and we'll be quibbling about the minimum width - in angstroms - you can get away with.


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 Post subject: Re: Traiphum's 3x3x10
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Thank you Tom for all your helpful. and your explain to every body.
(perhaps I'll ask your helpful again)

This puzzle was printed at last mid year but result of falling down parts take me stop and think so much how can make it working. that without pillowing but anyway.
How about cubic 7x7 style, no it will very big and heavy weight, through it now also heavy

Geert explain to me about strength of my drawing, I understand because this puzzle has some very thin and long parts. and I never have experience on 3D drawing.

Improving the parts : Finaly I choose pillowing way,I applied with some part from regular 3x3 for 8 pieces and other is epixie technic

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