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 Post subject: Jason's Petaminx (with VIDEO)
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Common Household Spiders?

The spider for this one is 3D printed, has twelve legs, and sucks your life for 2 months!



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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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Jason... wow. Words can not describe it. Breathtaking! Now, is the whole thing printed? Who says spiders have to have 8 legs? A 7 legged drawing of one almost paid a guy's bills, and yours sucks away lives and *wipes chin* makes people drool.

I can't wait for the next meetup! :P

Could we perhaps get a video? I'm sure everyone else is as anxious as I am to see this!

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My cat got bitten by a spider on her eyeball a few months ago. It healed up in a few days with a bit of ointment. I wonder what one might prescribe for this spider though? Seems a pretty advanced species!

Nice work :)

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Now, is the whole thing printed?


Just the evil, black hearted, twelve armed spider itself. The rest was cast from polyjet masters.

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Now this is some interesting household spider. Never seen such a one in the houses I lived.
Luckily I have stopped collecting cubelike puzzles, so I can admire the pics without regret.

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Its many bright colors are a dangerous indication of its high toxicity.
You don't want to be bitten by this one!

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:shock:

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Great work. I don't think I've ever seen such a monstrous spider!

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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Unbe-freakin-lievable!!! :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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Beautiful.

Sounds like I need to visit your "zoo", I hear there are a few six legged spiders that are quite pretty too.

So how about a scrambled pic! ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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Well done Jason! Can we see a video please?

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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YEEEEEEEEEEES
video video video!
It's gorgeous!
The corners seem to be a little small. This is not even critics. It's just another interesting thing to me and makes me wonder why it looks like that.
Anyway I love it.
EPIC.

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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Beautiful! You're a nutter (in a good way :P) for taking on this project but you came out shining!! Brilliant, amazing...

To be honest I thought it was a Teraminx at first sight :lol:


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This is just amazing!
You have finally done it!
Increadible work!
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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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I can definitely confirm that this species is not aggressive at all and only needs a little bit of twist training. From time to time this can lead to a form of complete confusion, but it is very patient when you're trying to help it to get everything in order again. It enjoys to be in company of other spider species.

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So wait, were you builder #1?

Regardless, that is an amazing piece of work...

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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My spider is somewhat smaller, but the whole family is very easy to keep at home.

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Wow...amazing, it looks so clean! I guess those polyjet masters are worth it!

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whaaaaat.. oh my, that is one just unbleievable piece of art.

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Why did you post this after I went to bed?
:o :o :shock: :shock: :arrow: :solved: :mrgreen:

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:shock: AAAAAAAHHHH!!!! :shock:
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This is amazing!

Video? Please?

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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Wonderful! I like how you used the same color scheme Drew uses for his Teraminxes.

Care to post any more details as to how well it works?

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So how about a scrambled pic! ;)


*chants*

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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amazing :shock: :shock: :shock: :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Common Household Spiders?
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At first sight, i thought it was a teraminx, and now I see that it is a petaminx. Great job! I'd love to see a video as well.

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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That thing is awesome, hope to see a youtube vid soon.


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Wow... that thing looks pretty intense :shock:


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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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oh boy... if it werent for Drews amazing CAD skills and huge generousity, these guys would have never seen the day.
You did took your time and did this well anyone can tell

But let us get a video please!

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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Fantastic! Very well done. How does it turn? I'm still working on ours. I have to re-cast a number of parts due to tolerance issues. If you're builder #1, you made your parts from polyjet printing, which I think is probably our biggest downfall- FDM.

Anyway, it looks awesome!


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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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It looks incredible! The pieces look very flush next to each other. You did a great job, and your effort deserves some appreciation. Congratulations! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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WOW! So this is what it looks like when you take your time! :D Great job!!!
I looked right past this thread all day :(


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Just simply amazing, and I can't seem to find my jaw after it hit the floor.

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i think that we need a family portrait

all wearing black (the nice clothes)

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 Post subject: Re: Jason's Petaminx - (was "Common Household Spiders?)
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Did the other ever get stickered? If not then this is the first finished PM!!!
Excellent surface, great job!


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its so beautiful i could cry, at first i though it was a tera, but then i did a double take and counted the layers... its.... magnificent.

where is drew in all this? doesnt he want to see the new puzzle? its his baby after all

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GASP :o Amazing. I had to count the layers numerous times to make sure I was seeing things right. EXCELLENT,EXCELLENT, EXCELLENT.

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Jared wrote:
*chants*

Scram-BLE!! Scram-BLE!! Scram-BLE!!


Scram-BLE!! Scram-BLE! :lol: But seriously, do scramble it.

My eyes dropped and my jaw practically popped out of my head. Wait, I got that backwards.

You blew my mind so much that I can't even think straight.

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this is an absoloutly amazing puzzles

video please? i would love to see it turn

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Wow, a Petaminx AND it's black. Awesomeness times 2!

Now make a video of you scrambling it.


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OH DEAR!!!!! IT LIVES! AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!

naw, but you did a good job!

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ndgamer4life wrote:
where is drew in all this? doesn't he want to see the new puzzle? its his baby after all


I've been updated nearly every day on his progress including pics and a video. but you'll see a better one (video) soon. in any case I've known all along, so this post is boring me.

Psh, this puzzle is actually pretty badly designed and built.

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Can you adopt me please :wink: :lol:



I was thinking this to when I saw Drewseph's puzzles also.

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Nice to see one stickered. :shock: Very cool. But I still want to see a white one stickered. :P


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.......I dont even know what I could say. :shock:

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Drewseph wrote:
Psh, this puzzle is actually pretty badly designed and built.


I agree. I've seen the designs for this puzzle and they're shoddy at best. Whoever did it clearly doesn't know what they're doing :P

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How big is this thing(not much to reference by in the pics)?


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quick squash it. Not really

That is beautiful


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Thanks everyone! I will make a video sometime soon-- almost certainly this weekend.

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So wait, were you builder #1?

Yep! I was trying to be builder #1, anyway. :) Congrats to Flambore and Calzone for hitting the finish line first. I can really appreciate what they went through getting theirs done. I also had some very, very late nights on this. I'll post some stats when I add final pics and video. About a week before they finished, I had a particularly brutal night of casting and cleaning parts, and I told Drew that if the other builder finished first, then he would get my respect and props. Props, guys. :)


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Wow...amazing, it looks so clean! I guess those polyjet masters are worth it!

Like everything in puzzle building, I found they had pros and cons. Drew and I have been discussing them as this build progressed. I will likely be switching back to FDM or CNC masters for future projects for awhile until I can work through some issues on the polyJet parts.



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Scram-BLE!! Scram-BLE! :lol: But seriously, do scramble it..

With about a 7 hour assembly time, I'm actually afraid to scramble it...


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Psh, this puzzle is actually pretty badly designed and built.

Drew, for the last time, why won't you LEAVE ME ALONE!??!

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