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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
PostPosted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 7:02 am 
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Holy Cow! That thing is gigantic. That has to be one of the coolest puzzles I've ever seen.


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:shock:...................................... :shock:

That thing is amazing. I love it!

Well done!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Woooow.

That thing is absolutely massive! When I read the new thread title, I thought I would be looking at a smaller Starminx! :lol:

Fantastic work!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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awesome. I would only do the 180 deg turn but not the weird shape-changing turns.

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Very nice. Could it have been smaller?

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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:shock:

... :shock: its sooo biggg
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*looks up*

I can't see the top!


Awesome puzzle!


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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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awesome puzzle! isn't this the first of it's kind? :o either way this is amazing! will you be selling one?


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Wow. That is incredible


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That is AMAZING!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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I think everyone who wanted starminx for puzzle of the year is crying in joy.

Looks amazing

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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IF you turn 6 edges (each one pertaining to a face on a cube) by 45 degrees, you will get a dodecahedron with different axes. Will you still be able to turn it like that? Only then will it be FULLY functional.

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EDIT: sorry, I meant when you turn 6 faces by 90 degrees, not 45. Then , the resulting shape is another Dodecahedron. Would you be able to do the same moves as on the first dodecahedron, or will it just be locked?

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Steryne wrote:
Very nice. Could it have been smaller?


I hope this does not sound rude, but my history shows that I LOVE small puzzles =) I designed this to be as small as I feel the mechanism would be stable. as large as the puzzle is, there are some key pieces that are smaller than your thumbnail.

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IF you turn 6 edges (each one pertaining to a face on a cube) by 45 degrees, you will get a dodecahedron with different axes. Will you still be able to turn it like that? Only then will it be FULLY functional.


I know that if you turn each of the faces by 90 degrees you can change the "shape" of the puzzle, gonnna try 45 now.....
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45 degrees is the second jumble move. no other surrounding edge can turn without jumbling...

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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if you removed the jumbleability, and made it so only 180 degree turns would work, could you make the mechanism simple enough to be smaller? or would it make no difference?

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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wheres the fun in removing jumbling?

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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True enough. :P

That thing is freakin' MASSIVE. That is probably the largest non-cube puzzle I've ever seen!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Drewseph wrote:
wheres the fun in removing jumbling?


jumbling scares me.... i used to have nightmares about the helicopter cube.... but now there is a new terror on the streets....

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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This just made my christmas a little bit more merry, excellent build Drew!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Drewseph wrote:

I know that if you turn each of the faces by 90 degrees you can change the "shape" of the puzzle, .



Could we see a picture of the 90 degree shape change please?


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Drewseph wrote:
wheres the fun in removing jumbling?


Because than it wouldn't be an"Ugly Shape-Changing Puzzle" anymore :lol:

Ahh those were the days.


Oh and how much resin did you use on this thing?


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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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hmmm i wonder where i heard those words before...... :lol:

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Drewseph wrote:
hmmm i wonder where i heard those words before...... :lol:



I Have NO idea :roll: :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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I think we are about to see a lot of edits in the "puzzle of the year" thread ;)

Awesome, as usual and expected.

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i just watched the video of this drew.. i was astonished by its size.. i expected it to be much smaller seeing the pictures. i was way wrong O_o.

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Synester wrote:
Oh and how much resin did you use on this thing?

It is a full sls print


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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Just amazing, Drew! And I'm just amazed at how well it turns!

What a beautiful puzzle!

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 Post subject: Re: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Hey... why did you remove the photo of the core?

Now with all those pieces and stickers covering it,
how can Luke find his way to fire that only shot
and save the Rebel Alliance?

:P


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PS. Absolutely stunning jumbable movement!
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kastellorizo wrote:
Now with all those pieces and stickers covering it,
how can Luke find his way to fire that only shot
and save the Rebel Alliance?

:P


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He'll just need to blow if up the old fashioned way... jumble it. :lol:

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Wow... a jumbable puzzle which doesn't jumble?
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kastellorizo wrote:
PS. Absolutely stunning jumbable movement!
R2D2 would be proud of you!


ROFL thanks, and thanks to everyone else too! I'm so glad it worked out as I hoped. a few parts might need to be reprinted, but only because shapeways' orientation was not exactly optimal for certain parts

I removed the core because I didn't feel it was needed.

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:shock:

...Wow. Just... wow.


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Holy frijoles!

Fantastic Drew. Just amazing.


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Finally its there, congrats Drew!

Thank you for taking risks and efforts to bring this heavy weight champion to us.


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Congratulations Drewseph! I thought you were nuts when you invested in such an expensive puzzle but I'm glad to see it worked out sooo well. It is absolutely amazing. Remind me I need to take some more risks, too.

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Oh and how much resin did you use on this thing?

It is a full sls print

That does not invalidate the question, polyamides are resins too. But in fact the question is (nearly) answered in the first post, by stating that it weighs 1.13kg.

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Both its size and the amazing puzzle itself are incredible! This thing is absolutely crazy.
But why call it the starminx II? I think it is a little too confusing. I was probably not the only one who thought it was 'just' a smaller or improved 'regular' starminx.

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Wooooooooo.
Excellent. How amazing. Wow.
It looked so small in the first pictures xD. I didn't realize it's the old "THE CORE" topic. When I saw the video I laughed. It is sooo great! You are such a genius.
Is this the first "try" I mean did you design with all your experience of the topic, get the pieces printed, assembled and it worked right away?
If that is the case . I don't know how to finish. :lol:
Oh and if that is not the case and you needed improvements and such don't get me wrong. That is still one of the best puzzles ever!

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So um... how much would it weigh if the core were solid? :P


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Wooooooooo.
Excellent. How amazing. Wow.
It looked so small in the first pictures xD. I didn't realize it's the old "THE CORE" topic. When I saw the video I laughed. It is sooo great! You are such a genius.
Is this the first "try" I mean did you design with all your experience of the topic, get the pieces printed, assembled and it worked right away?
If that is the case . I don't know how to finish. :lol:
Oh and if that is not the case and you needed improvements and such don't get me wrong. That is still one of the best puzzles ever!


Yes, this is my first print, I spent many hours going over the design in 3d and carefully compared it to the smallest puzzles I had designed. and so I decided if the minimum tolerances and clearances line up, then this has to work!

Don't get me wrong, I was still nervous as ever LOL

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I get back from vacation and THIS is what I find? :shock: :lol: :o :shock: :o :lol: :shock:

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A gigaminx enters orbit?!?

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I can't tell if this gigaminx is small, or if the starminx II is just a lot bigger then I thought it was

hopefully a cat will enter orbit as well ;)

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Drewseph wrote:
There seems to be some gravitational activity due to the size of this puzzle! It seems a moon as entered orbit!


Huhuhuh... Wheeeeeeeee! Huhuhuh!


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I'm pretty sure that has to be your new avatar drew. :lol:

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okay okay, nice diversion, lets stay back on topic though...


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Drewseph wrote:
okay okay, nice diversion, lets stay back on topic though...


.... help

And there are guys who like jumbling puzzles...


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You broke a Dinododecahedron?
I thought this was about your starminx. And why did you do that to this beautiful Dinododecahedron? :lol:
The colors of that corner in the center of the picture even match up.

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WOW!!!!

Kapusta wrote:
That thing is absolutely massive! When I read the new thread title, I thought I would be looking at a smaller Starminx!

That was my first thought as well. Haven't we been told a smaller Starminx was in the works? But this... this is so much more.

Looks like 3 of the 4 have now been made. So when will we see the 4th?
http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=188870#p188870

coastercrazy10 wrote:
Um WAT. Looks like a giant wiffle ball.

kastellorizo wrote:
Wait.. wait...! If *that* is the core, then the actual puzzle would be...

What? Did I miss something while I was away on holiday?

kastellorizo wrote:
Hey... why did you remove the photo of the core?

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I removed the core because I didn't feel it was needed.

I did... :cry: If someone saved this could you please PM me? I'd LOVE to see it.

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Arg!? Did he post it and take it down again? Oh I love this puzzle so and I hate feeling like I missed something else.

GREAT WORK!!! This has to be my favorite puzzle of the year. Though I think I like the set of this, the original Starminx, and Kuhrik's Dino Dodecahedron more then any one of them individually.

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The core is like a very large version of the core on the mini gigaminx.

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