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 Post subject: TetraHex
PostPosted: Fri Oct 13, 2006 4:57 pm 
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Hello people

Here you have my latest building. I know it's not a superbig building but I like it.... :oops:

I have seen that Jurgen Brandt built a similar one. Anyway I hope that nobody has made it before.......


I have spent many many hours remodelating the hexagons and the pieces to look better....... Unfortunately........ my tools are extremelly poor...... just a hand saw... hehehehe.

I hope you like it.

Here you have a video. It's not anything special when moving, cause it's made from a Tetraminx, but I think that a video is the best way to see properly a thing... :):)


http://video.google.es/videoplay?docid=-8607492042746236925&hl=es


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Awesome work, it's like a pyraminx / tetraminx cross, lol. Could i see it alongside a 3x3?

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WOW!!!

The tetrahex looks so cool!

And you are right. The corners on your puzzle are hexagons,
while on the puzzle created by Jurgen Brandt they are triangles.

Keep up the brilliant work David! :D




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