Andreas Nortmann wrote:
At first I though you made a duplicate of this one:http://twistypuzzles.com/cgi-bin/puzzle.cgi?pkey=2798
but then I recognized that you used the same truncation eight times.
You did not know it but you created a sample of a symmetry subgroup which has never been made before and therefore I still do not have in my collection.
Note for myself: Its signature is 2420200044204
Hello all thank you both for replies;
Hello Mr. Nortmann, thanks for enlightened last night I had to be tired, In fact, I have made a significant error in the description, for the simple fact that the shape used is not the "same" but rather a variant of the SS shifted cuboctahedron, otherwise the result would be that shown by you in the link, fortunately it was not, so I think we should add to # 1 to the SC logo;
Note for myself: Its signature is 2420200044204, I have seen so many signatures in your work but I neverunderstood where they arise;
shortly be publishing the video, what I like of puzzle is the shape because the top and bottom, "seem" (as figuratively) turn in the opposite direction.