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 Post subject: I have a question to exhibit of making process.
PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2004 1:09 am 
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Hello, this is Hidetoshi.
Sorry, I have a question, then I contributed.
Please advice me if someone knows.

I made a domino cube used Fisher's cuboid method.
And I took some photos and wrote how to make when I was making it. (like this photo)

May I exhibit the How-To-Make page with these photos ?
(Was Fisher's cuboid method known everybody and isn't there a problem for exhibit, is it ?)


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 10, 2004 1:47 pm 
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Hidetoshi,

Allow me to say, "You do some excellent work my friend!" I'm making molds for a puzzle now... I'll post the picts as soon as possible. Hidetoshi please share your work with us. I'm sure Sandy will give your instructions a home here. Thanks for posting the picts. Hope to see more of your work!

later,
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That is how I made mine as well. I think the Fisher method to make a 2x3x3 is a great way to make a copy of the Domino.

http://chrono.org/puzzles/domino.html

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Thank you for your engouragements.

Now, I upload the photos and process in my site.

http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~wq6h-tkj/bb ... mino_e.htm

If you should be interested, please visit my page.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 13, 2004 3:20 am 
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Hidetoshi wrote:
Now, I upload the photos and process in my site.


Your site is great for puzzlebuilding beginners like me.
Just want to thank you for that!!!

Cya,
Markus


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Great photos. Thanks!


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Hello,

Nice photos and a great tutorial !!
Thanks


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Hidetoshi,

Your wonderful directions have inspired me to attempt this mod. I was wondering though, for the keychain cube does 1 middle slice edge need to be glued to 1 of the corners to prevent misalignment of the midle slice?

Thank you - mike grimsley

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skeneegee wrote:
Hidetoshi,

Your wonderful directions have inspired me to attempt this mod. I was wondering though, for the keychain cube does 1 middle slice edge need to be glued to 1 of the corners to prevent misalignment of the midle slice?

Thank you - mike grimsley


http://twistypuzzles.com/articles/build ... sher.shtml

Check out figure 4b for what pieces need to be attached.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2004 6:32 pm 
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skeneegee,

Oops!! Yes, you must bandage the middle layer's center and lower or upper layer's edge pair.
I forgot to write the term on my page.
Thank you for your indication. I update there at once.

Jin,

Thank you for your relevant follow.
My contribution must have crossed yours only a few minutes.

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