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 Post subject: Tony Fisher's 7x7x7 V-Ball
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Hey Tony, next up is the 7x7x7 mini ball in a 6x6x6 cube.


Tonight I finished a new puzzle. With hindsight I think I chose the wrong type of stickers but I think they'll look ok when I make a black version. The puzzle works extremely well and I am very pleased with it. This is one of the most time consuming puzzles I have ever worked on. Stickers alone took over eight hours. Each is super glued on.
I have considered temporarily replacing the edges and corners with normal ones from a 7x7x7 but there's quite large unstickered areas which I don't think would look right. I may do it for the black version as I don't think those blank areas would stand out so much. I also considered combining black and white pieces.

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Absolutely amazing job. Now should we expect a spherical pyraminx crystal next? Or has that already been done?

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Wow. This really must have been time consuming, as you say, 8 hours for stickers alone?! Very elegant. Those corners are so tiny!

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I also considered combining black and white pieces


That doesn't tend to look good


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I knew it was gonna happen sometime, and who better than Tony Fisher to get it done?
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Absolutely amazing, i will never cease to be amazed at some of the puzzles made.


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wow! Are you going to play soccer with this one?:D

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Absolutely amazing. Definitely one of the most amazing cube mods I've ever seen...

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Brilliant work Tony! Do I see a ball in cube 7x7 possibly?

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Brilliant work Tony! Do I see a ball in cube 7x7 possibly?


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No chance:)
When you pull of the centercaps of a ES 4x4 you se 9 pieces if you pillow those you have a ball in a 4x4. But due this mechanisme there is no chance.

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I believe he meant a 7x7 ball in a 6x6, not a 7x7 ball in a 4x4.

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Simply amazing...I'm seriously impressed! The amount of work that must have gone into making it a ball...it's mind boggling!

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Sven wrote:
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Brilliant work Tony! Do I see a ball in cube 7x7 possibly?


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No chance:)
When you pull of the centercaps of a ES 4x4 you se 9 pieces if you pillow those you have a ball in a 4x4. But due this mechanisme there is no chance.


I believe the saying goes "if there's a will, there's a way."

The real saying is actually "If Tony Fisher decides to do it, there's a way."

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Wow. That is amazing. Perfectly round. I can't believe how tiny those corners are. :)


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Very very nice, just like all of your puzzles.

How do you get the rounding to be so smooth and uniform?

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Super impressive work. I seriously think you've made a perfect sphere here! The quality of this puzzle is absolutely outstanding. Another fisher masterpiece...coming soon in black too? Can't wait to see that.

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WOW....just WOW! FANTASTIC!


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I can't believe you actually made it! I personally like the Meffert's style stickers on the white cube. Just my 2 cents.

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It just amazes me how you make puzzles so spherical like this do you mind telling us your technique? :D


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Wow, I can't believe I picked up on this when you were so close to being done! Congrats Tony, simply amazing, although it makes me even more envious of you :lol: :D .

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It just amazes me how you make puzzles so spherical like this do you mind telling us your technique? :D


I agree, what's your technic? And will we be seeing a v cube 7 ball in a v-cube 6? Or would you need the 7x7 ball pieces to be smaller in order to fit?

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wow! Are you going to play soccer with this one?:D



Actually, this *is* the one he was kicking on the video last time.

From excessive playing, the V-cube eventually became round.
And there is no such thing as a special rounding technique.

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did you cut those corner stickers on your own there beautifully tiny


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woah! :shock: Hey I just figured something out! :) These things are small enough for me to juggle! :lol: :lol: I'll take 5 plz... rofl :lol: just kidding :mrgreen:

maybe I could come up with a juggling act where I could solve them while I'm juggling... :| I'm sure I'll figure something out... :lol: :lol: :D

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It just amazes me how you make puzzles so spherical like this do you mind telling us your technique? :D


You should always resort to Jurgen Brandt's "sandpaper in funnel" technique.

Aside from that I can assure you can Tony spent a lot of Time scrambling and sanding. Or so I'm figuring. In any case I do not have that kind of intestinal fortitude. I'd rather commit seppuku.

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Justin B wrote:
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Scott Bedard wrote:
Brilliant work Tony! Do I see a ball in cube 7x7 possibly?


lol
No chance:)
When you pull of the centercaps of a ES 4x4 you se 9 pieces if you pillow those you have a ball in a 4x4. But due this mechanisme there is no chance.


I believe the saying goes "if there's a will, there's a way."

The real saying is actually "If Tony Fisher decides to do it, there's a way."


Actually, what I was saying really... is if you put regular 7x7 edge cubies into this puzzle, leaving the spherical center cubies... won't you have a (not exact), but similar looking puzzle to the ball in cube? Granted it won't be overlapping... But I believe if should look very similar.

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Scott Bedard wrote:
Justin B wrote:
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Scott Bedard wrote-"Brilliant work Tony! Do I see a ball in cube 7x7 possibly?"

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No chance:)
When you pull of the centercaps of a ES 4x4 you se 9 pieces if you pillow those you have a ball in a 4x4. But due this mechanisme there is no chance.


I believe the saying goes "if there's a will, there's a way."

The real saying is actually "If Tony Fisher decides to do it, there's a way."


Actually, what I was saying really... is if you put regular 7x7 edge cubies into this puzzle, leaving the spherical center cubies... won't you have a (not exact), but similar looking puzzle to the ball in cube? Granted it won't be overlapping... But I believe if should look very similar.


This is what I was referring to in my original post.

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Impressive. What's your secret ....
for not giving up?
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With hindsight I think I chose the wrong type of stickers but I think they'll look ok when I make a black version.
I do tend to feel that some stickers make white plastic look grey, but if the grip is good...

Can we see it rolling? :)

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I had considered doing this for a while, I'm actually relieved you did it Tony, now I don't have as much desire to attempt it. As always, excellent work.


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Argh!
That is so beautiful!


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Can someone please re-post the pictures, I cant update the java on my computer cuz I'm using a school computer...

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Sir Tony,

is it possible that 2008 is your year of the puzzle balls?
Incredible work. Congratulations.

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Absolutely fabulous Tony!
(All other exclamations have been already used, sorry)
I mean it.
Although I was expecting it, I wasn't quite sure if the mechanism would allow it, leaving room for perfect movements.
Just brilliant.
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Incredible! I cant wait to see it inside a cube :P Would be a killer to solve...

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Although I was expecting it, I wasn't quite sure if the mechanism would allow it, leaving room for perfect movements.


That's one of the reasons I made it. I was dying to see if it could take such a cut down. I was pessimistic since the entire big part of the corner is cut off. Even Konstantinos Verdes was doubtful it would work if created by cut down alone.


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The biggest part on the inside is the smallest part on the outside :P I already foun this funny with normal 6x6 and 7x7 corners, but this beats it all!

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It just amazes me how you make puzzles so spherical like this do you mind telling us your technique? :D


You should always resort to Jurgen Brandt's "sandpaper in funnel" technique.

Aside from that I can assure you can Tony spent a lot of Time scrambling and sanding. Or so I'm figuring. In any case I do not have that kind of intestinal fortitude. I'd rather commit seppuku.


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This puzzle shows why Tony is a master craftsman. I doubt hat a CAD version would be any better.

Excellent work!

One question though. What material do you use for the stickers? It seems to have a texture to it.

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He uses the same stuff as on the mefferts skewb. It's very durable

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is it possible that 2008 is your year of the puzzle balls?
Incredible work. Congratulations.

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Yes I tend to have a run on things. Remember the cuboid year? Eventually i'll get fed up and want to do something completely different. I like these at the moment though because it's so hands on. Me (and Dremel) verses puzzle.

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Tony Fisher wrote:
Frank Tiex wrote:
Sir Tony,

is it possible that 2008 is your year of the puzzle balls?
Incredible work. Congratulations.

Frank


Yes I tend to have a run on things. Remember the cuboid year? Eventually i'll get fed up and want to do something completely different. I like these at the moment though because it's so hands on. Me (and Dremel) verses puzzle.

i want to nominate tony fisher and mister verdes (no disrespect to tony buy i cant remeber mr. verdes' first name) for the noble peace prize


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i want to nominate tony fisher and mister verdes (no disrespect to tony buy i cant remeber mr. verdes' first name) for the noble peace prize


Hmm. Now there's an idea. World piece through puzzle solving. Guns that fire Tony's balls (don't censor me, you know what I mean)

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i want to nominate tony fisher and mister verdes (no disrespect to tony buy i cant remeber mr. verdes' first name) for the noble peace prize


Hmm. Now there's an idea. World piece through puzzle solving. Guns that fire Tony's balls (don't censor me, you know what I mean)


do you mind if I copy that quote into my signature?
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Ah, but what place do guns have in a peaceful world :roll: Besides, the ammo's too expensive. Not that I wouldn't enjoy seeing these mass-produced.

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Not that I wouldn't enjoy seeing these mass-produced.


Would that make them weapons of mass construction?

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Not that I wouldn't enjoy seeing these mass-produced.


Would that make them weapons of mass construction?


:lol: :lol: :lol: Wow, this is the funniest thread ever... *whew* So, you just made this puzzle with a dremel? No fancy machinery or anything? This is amazingly spherical for just a dremel.

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while this is an awesome mod. and done with incredible finesse. - I dont like the color scheme. :oops:

you could come up with something more clever I am sure!

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