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 Post subject: Sigurd Collection updated Oct 2011
PostPosted: Fri Sep 10, 2010 9:24 am 
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It has been almost a year since I updated this thread
Lots have happened in the last year's time. New ones has come and old ones has found new homes

Here are some pictures I shot at the exhibiton today 20th October 2011
(I wish they had more shelves)

And a few more things that irritates me about these pictures:
-I couln'd keep my promise to Luke. :oops: I have not been able to solve all of the puzzles for the pictures.
-The shop apparently rearranged the puzzles so now some of the 14 sided puzzles are with the 12 sided. And some puzzles are put on top of each other. They also added in another commercial Bump Cube. ( I dont like duplicates).
-There is a big glass wall hindering acces to the puzzles, so when I added the a few more puzzles today I couldn't get them placed where I wanted.

Well, enough talk, here are the pictures:

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Today (3rd of January) I recieved my 100th puzzle, the Vcube 7. So I found it fitting to record another video.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj4Ccsk78BQ

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Today I recieved the puzzle I have been waiting for! :) I have been waiting for quite alot of puzzles, but this one have been a dream for so long. The Tutt's Icosaminx, built by Kuhrik. THANK YOU Kevin!!

In honor of that I made an updated collection video (currently containing 94 black twisty puzzles)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTAqZWqJhq8

I am ALMOST outta room! LOL


Today I made some new shelfs (as suggested by Dave. Thanks Dave :) )

So I went from 3 to 7 shelfs. :D SO GREAT, that I even shot a new video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qUSuQb8Ev8

plus, I have gotten two new cubes in the meantime. Can you find them? lol


apparently I miscounted my collection at some point. maybe I counted duplications. Or I have lost some.. ???
today I recieved my puzzle #69, The 4x4x4 Trajbers Octahedron and in that honour of that I made an updated video of my collection

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crDPyAdTiDE

I will add some more custom pieces soon.. so I might update this thread with a new video, once they arrive

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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WOW i love your collection! Is that a master dino cube? If so, I WANT ONE! lol :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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this is a Dino skewb ( I think .. lol )

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Great collection! I'm a tiny bit jealous of some of them :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Great collection! I'm a tiny bit jealous of some of them :lol:


Me too! =P

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Great collection, Sigurd. I really need to get some of the puzzles you got!

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Sharon Avidor wrote:
this is a Dino skewb ( I think .. lol )


Sharon Avidor is right! It is a Dino Skewb by TomZ. I love it very much! But havent been able to solve it :oops: its so hard!

and thanks guys! I love to hear that you are envious of some of my puzzles! It really makes it worth collecting to be honest! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Doubleyou wrote:
Sharon Avidor wrote:
this is a Dino skewb ( I think .. lol )


Sharon Avidor is right! It is a Dino Skewb by TomZ. I love it very much! But havent been able to solve it :oops: its so hard!



How come shapeways says i have to buy two of them? I only want one cube. How do I go about buying a dino skewb?

I'm confused

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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mizzle576 wrote:
How come shapeways says i have to buy two of them? I only want one cube. How do I go about buying a dino skewb?
the print is only for one half of the cube, if you want to have a full one (...) you will just have to buy it 2 times - which will make 1 puzzle out of it.

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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its because one order is half of one puzzle! You will end up with an additional core tho. Trust me, the puzzle is really worth it!!!
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How come shapeways says i have to buy two of them? I only want one cube. How do I go about buying a dino skewb?

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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So the cube is $300 dollars?

Oh my!

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mizzle576 wrote:
So the cube is $300 dollars?

Oh my!

Chris


yes! not cheap, but its really worth it! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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hmm, well... I really wish my collection was even close to yours, I'm thinking of splurging a few hundred dollars soon, but you have some very expensive and impressive puzzles in your collection... I just hope my collection is as extensive as yours within the reasonable future.

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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I have a question!

Do you like the way I arrange my puzzles? Or would it look cooler if they were all mixed up in no cathegory at all??

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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I personally think you should have them all solved. :lol:

I also prefer the way my collection is laid out; having the puzzles compressed in a smaller area. Makes it look like there are more puzzles. Again, this is me, but I think if you spread the collection onto two or three shelves.

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Yes I am working on it! I got the Professor Pyraminx solved today! And I am worning on the Dino Skewb (HARD!!) as well as the Teraminx.

boy I would die to have another cabinet right now! There are almost no more room for puzzles, and I have already used the space on the bottom (not even a shelf! :) )

what do you think about mixing up all the puzzles by shapes?

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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It's hard to tell, as our collections are quite different. You have rarer, single puzzles, where as I have quite a few twin set puzzles, making mine a bit easier to organize. I'm getting new shelves shortly, so hopefully my collection will be better looking.

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Doubleyou wrote:
boy I would die to have another cabinet right now! There are almost no more room for puzzles, and I have already used the space on the bottom (not even a shelf! :)
I have a case similar to yours (roughly 1 foot cubed areas). What you need are mid-shelves for each. I cut some acrylic and posted it up on columns so I doubled my capacity with 6" per layer.
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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection (69 puzzles) VIDEO
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Dave, thats such a good idea! I have to do this! :)

I will go to my local hardware store and see if I can find some acryl.. maybe glass?

Then I just need some of those feet you have to support the new shelfs too.. hmm, what could be suited for this.. ?

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection UPDATED with new shelfs! vdo
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Top post have been updated with a new video of my collection, rearranged on the new shelfs (custom cut glass)

I like it VERY much! ^_^

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Nice new rex cube =)

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Its called Flower Cube, but yeah! :) It made in outstanding quality!

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In my opinion you've organised it very well! A lot better then before. I think my favourite shelf is the tetrahedron shelf. It looks so cool!

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 Post subject: Re: Sigurd Collection UPDATED with new shelfs! vdo
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I have been collecting for some years now myself, what I like the most about your collection is that you have unique pieces. Its the same direction I take my own collection. In the start I bought all puzzles I could see. I bought most of the time 2-3 extra puzzles just to "have" them. But then I realized that I was starting to not feel so much for each individual puzzle. What I mean here I cared about the collection as a whole and not the puzzles themselves.

Now the last year I have decided to ONLY buy 1 puzzle of each kind. That puzzle will have a special spot in the collection, it will be very unique too. I packed away/sold all the puzzles that I already had.

You have a collection like this, very very beautiful. You should be proud of it.

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Alex I truly loved that comment! thank you so much! I am glad we share the same view point on collecting! Today whenever I buy two of the same puzzle, then one is planned for a shapemod.
I hate even having two 3x3x3s now..

I am really looking forward to the day when I can call my collection "complete" yet no I am not! :) it's such a funny feeling! I have a dream about opening my own puzzle museum some day. Thats why I want all the puzzles in the World. But, only the right ones - that fall into the same cathegory! :)

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I hope it's ok to bump this thread.

Top post has been updated with a new video. (My collection is close to completion ;))

last video it was 71, the new one is 94. almost only more custom puzzles.... :roll:

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Nice video. What do you define as completition? :D

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hmm.. a little more puzzles and I am almost there.. :roll:

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Sigurd wrote:
hmm.. a little more puzzles and I am almost there.. :roll:


I would never call a collection complete.. there are so many new puzzles out there.

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ok I give in. you are right :) but my old wishlist is almost checked off 8-)

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Top post have been updated with a new video!

100 puzzles WOOO!! :D

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I have a very similar IKEA shelf, but you have a lot more shelves in it! I have lots of stacked puzzles, and empty space above puzzles.. Very nice puzzles!

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Thank you for the comment! :)

I think it might be the same cabinet. Remember I installed extra shelves, using custom cut glass. highly recommended and inevidable if you dont like to stack your puzzles!
Using only those three shelves there is so much room left, its unbareable.

remember to tell you glass-maker to sand off the edges of the glass. I learned that lesson the hard way!

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But how did you make the supports in the metal frame that supports the glass plates?

BTW, I have two of those cabinets: one for twisty puzzles, and one for other kinds of puzzles. That one is overflowing as well.. Both cabinets contain about 90 puzzles

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well I used some plastic wire holdsters. I got pretty lucky as they fit on their own. I didnt buy the for this. I had them on beforehand. I am sure you will find a way tho. I think duct tape could work on its own ;)

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Very nice collection Sigurd. But please can you make a collection video when they're all solved. My OCD kicks in where they're like that. :lol: :lol:

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I promise Luke, when I make the next update video, they will all be solved :oops:

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nice bump ^^. It's called a 3x3x3 Octagonal Barrel

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nice bump ^^. It's called a 3x3x3 Octagonal Barrel

I believe he was referring to DLitwin’s picture. Which is an actual can puzzle. Sorry if this post wasn’t helpful.


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leopulga could have been a little more specific then. good you could help!

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the top post has been updated
(sorry for the loading time! I have learned my lesson and I wont use this website for hosting again...)

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