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 Post subject: Celticube (Cubic FTDI) - Eitan (Now on eBay!)
PostPosted: Fri Jan 14, 2011 1:47 am 
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Hey Twisty Puzzle fans!

I'd like to present my newest puzzle:

Celticube
(Formerly "Cubic FTDI")

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As the original name suggests, this is a cubic version of the Face-Turning Deltoidal Icositetrahedron. I've been having lots of fun with this mechanism since I got it working so well on the ETRD, but this is definitely my favorite.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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That is epic. (And that was the understatement of the century). Absolutely incredible! Phenominal! I love it. Is it just going to be an eBay auction, or are you going to sell them on Shapeways? :D

Oh, and for a name: Cubetoidal Icositetrahedron.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Jesus! <-Not a name :lol:
I really hope to see this on shapeways... :D
I think square version is more better than before.
Wonderful work!

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Very nice! I like it alot, and I was just thinking about this "half" edge turn when I saw your hint.

Great work, keep it coming =)

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Icositetrahexaminx? :P

Also, I didn't think I'd end up saying this, but I think I like the multicolored look of the original a bit more... but still, they're both amazing!


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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I bought my first cube in 1979 and I thought "How the hell does this thing not fall apart?". But this is just insane. How many combinations can it have? What does it look like when it's fully scrambled/jumbled? How do you put your head back together? Oh, and by the way, beautiful puzzle. I hope that you can put it on Shapeways.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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It's beautiful.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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wow! thats amazing! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Amazing! :shock:

How about "Squiggle Cube", because it looks like someone has squiggled all over it with a black marker pen. Squiggle is such a funny word to say out loud. Squiggle! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Amazing!!! Every platonic solid, Archimedean solid, Catalan Solid, and even other bizarre geometries (Like Oskar's creations which continually defy logic) seem to be possible and fair game for induction to twistypuzzledom.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Amazing, I love the symmetry of the cuts on this puzzle! And the way the icosahedron faces are incorporated into the cube is also very unusual, great job! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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You have a really cool cube there.


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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The jumbles on that are just nuts! Great work.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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This looks too crazy.
But I don't understand one thing. There are 24 axis' right? Does your deltodial icosahedron have that too? I mean actually it should have 20 right?
I totally don't know a good name though.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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It reminds me of Drew's "Praxis" (?) cube i believe. Whichever is the one with really crazy cuts


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Extremely beautiful puzzle Eitan great work!

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MonkeyZ wrote:
Amazing, I love the symmetry of the cuts on this puzzle! And the way the icosahedron faces are incorporated into the cube is also very unusual, great job! :D

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This looks too crazy.
But I don't understand one thing. There are 24 axis' right? Does your deltodial icosahedron have that too? I mean actually it should have 20 right?
I totally don't know a good name though.
It's a Deltoidal Icositetrahedron, not an Icosahedron

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Calling this a shape modification sounds like an insult.


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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How about the Icosicube?


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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How about the Icosicube?


That has my vote!

Great work as always Eitan, this was a hard one to keep a secret.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Wow! Awesome

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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That thing is awesome. :D It's hard even to see what the cuts are, there are that many. This a fantastic puzzle.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Massively cool. Why couldn't you have made these amazing creations before nationals!? :lol:

EDIT: Reminds me of a Spirograph, or some sort of Celtic knot.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Kapusta wrote:
Reminds me of a Spirograph, or some sort of Celtic knot.
That's what I was thinking: SpiroCube or Celtic Cube. Or maybe Curlicube, as it also resembles a curlicue. For some reason I still like Squiggle Cube. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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How about the Moucharaby Cube? :D

Perfect!

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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THAT'S JUST WRONG!!

Nah it's EPIC :!:

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Just brilliant. Call it Brilliant Cube. :D

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Just brilliant. Call it Brilliant Cube. :D


Too close to brillic =P lol

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Thanks guys! I like the sound of "Icosacube", but that just gave me an idea for a different puzzle, so I'll choose something else.

"Celticube" and "Spirocube" are certainly possibilities. Keep 'em coming.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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This thing is amazing. :shock:
When, or if, this thing gets on Shapeways I would literally instantly buy it. Then I'd show it to someone and say "turn it". :twisted:
And yeah, "Icosacube" sounds like a really good name.


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Wow, nice puzzle... I've been waiting for a cubic version ever since you posted the original. I like the pattern of the cuts, but personally feels that the edge turning rhombic dodecahedron looks better. However, though, I don't think it would be a puzzle I'd like to solve very often, it looks way too scary, with all the forced jumbling and all, along with the identical pieces with different shapes.
Great puzzle, anyhow!

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Very nice!
It must be a pain to solve!

I vote for "Celtic cube".
The cuts are so similar to some kind of Celtic pattern.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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The symmetry an beauty of the cutpattern, the symmetry of the mechanism, the jumbling, the size... They are all perfect.

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Thanks guys! I like the sound of "Icosacube", but that just gave me an idea for a different puzzle, so I'll choose something else.

"Celticube" and "Spirocube" are certainly possibilities. Keep 'em coming.

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Aw, man! So, how about a preview of this different puzzle for the guy who came up with the name?


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Other mods that involve strange solids and unusual principles might look disjointed with random cuts. This one is visually pleasant with a graceful consistency. I imagine that solving will be a fun experience, especially with the random pieces sticking out everywhere! Thank-you, Eitan. Thank-you.

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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How about the foxy cube?

The cuts look like four foxes pointing into the middle.....or is it just me???

Edited to add: forgot to say what an awesome looking puzzle!


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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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Hey, I see the foxes too! I think The Foxy cube would be a great name!

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 Post subject: Re: Cubic FTDI (Needs a Better Name!) - Eitan
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I see the foxes too, but I think it's too much of a stretch. I think I'm going to go with "Celtic Cube".

Sorry, but this one will not be going on Shapeways. It requires a bit of extra work to get it working well enough to sell, so I'm only going to make this one to sell, and possibly one to keep for myself.

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Aw, I was gonna say Foxyminx has this sort of... almost "dirty" feel to it, just like a jumble-only puzzle kind of does...

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I've settled on the name "Celticube".

Thanks for all the suggestions!

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A great name for an astounding puzzle! Again, awesome work!

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Great puzzle. I look forward to watching the video.

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:shock: wow :shock:

video please.......please

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it will probably never happen, but...... scrambled pic?

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 Post subject: Re: Celticube (Cubic FTDI) - Eitan
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Very nice. However to be fair you should also make a Rangerscube.

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Very nice. However to be fair you should also make a Rangerscube.

:lol:

It could just be this cube stickered in white and blue. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Celticube (Cubic FTDI) - Eitan
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I just wet my pants! That is one beautiful, challenging, insane looking puzzle. I just love the patterns and can't even conceive how it would look fully scrambled.

A picture of a full scramble would be too much to ask?


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 Post subject: Re: Celticube (Cubic FTDI) - Eitan
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It's a very pretty cube I wouldn't mind having. Well done!

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 Post subject: Re: Celticube (Cubic FTDI) - Eitan (Now with Video!)
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Just added a video!

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