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 Post subject: FREE Petaminx Files *Repaired RAR link*
PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2008 5:05 pm 
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The RAR went missing for a while due to the FTP site moving things around. I also didn't have any of the original files. however thanks to Jason for emailing them to me the Zip file has been restored!~

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As you no doubt have guessed, I decided to give you all free files to a Petaminx. the height of the puzzle is 122mm in height. While the parts are small, the puzzle should function. Whomever is brave enough, good luck!

If someone does build one, and decides to sell it, please contact me before selling, thanks!

The RAR file can be found HERE

the parts were designed in mm

The part counts are as follows:
1 Core
12 Centers
12 Center Caps
20 Corners
30 Edges
60 of each of the remaining parts.....

975 pieces in total.....


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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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wonderful

when is it going to be printed and casted?

First 9x9 type ever

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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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Dunno, thats for you to decide. Why did you think this was in marketplace

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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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are you selling .stl files or did you get it printed?

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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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Holy moly, I just about fell off my chair when I saw that!

I am now terrified. :shock: :shock:

EDIT: I am now TERA-fied. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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Holy moly, I just about fell off my chair when I saw that!

I am now terrified. :shock: :shock:

EDIT: I am now TERA-fied. :lol:


realy?

because im Peta-fied

drew, why are you so mysteriouse, just come out of your shell already and give us straight up info

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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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:shock: I am so excited! im saving my money right now just in case!! :D


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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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I assume that this is the same as mechanism that V-Cubes invented for their 9x9x9 cube? (Tony fisher had this one post up some time where he showed us pictures of the mechanism from Olympicube at that time. I just fail to find this topic again can someone help? I tried several times already I am apparently to dump to find these pictures again. :? )
Anyway I will probably have to hope and wait vor the mass produced V-cube 9 from them but still I am excited to see the first one made by you too!
(Still you should spare your funds and first get that Elite Skewb cube done first if you ask me. :D )

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 Post subject: Re: Santas Late gift....
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You guys know this is a petaminx and not a 9x9, right? You can tell by the pentagonal center cap.

Drew, you are amazing. In the past week you've shown us more some of the most amazing puzzles ever created, keep up the fantastic work.


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Arcrobe wrote:

drew, why are you so mysteriouse, just come out of your shell already and give us straight up info


Maybe it's just me, but the more something like this is dragged out, the more excited I got. I'm sure this is one of Drew's intentions. :P

Besides, what info? It's pretty obvious it's a Petaminx.


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Back in August, Drew stated that he had 3D files for a Petaminx. It'll be nice to see it come to life as the Teraminx did.


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Don't you ever get bored of this mechanism? :wink:

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Muffet wrote:
:shock: I am so excited! im saving my money right now just in case!! :D


well it says 'late gift' :D!

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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To everyone, I have updated the first post, please check there.

OH, and Merry Late Christmas!

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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Wow, merry christmas to YOU too Drew!

Incredible! 975 parts.

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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975 pieces!?

Who's gonna be the first to make this? :D

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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Wow! 20 unique parts! I imagine this must be printed completely, and in high resolution. I couldn't picture anyone actually casting this thing.

Bradley mentioned once that 3d printing cost is working its way down, and that in a few years people will have these on their desks at home. Maybe then I'll tackle it. :)

Or maybe Bradley can print it, since he has the machines. This one would probably sell for a small fortune.


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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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How much would it cost to print the whole thing now? It would probably be in the $7500-10000 range right? The only problem would be the fact that it wouldn't sell for nearly that much.


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Best gift ever! :D


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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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Oh right, nothing personal, but I forgot to add, if someone does make one, and decides to sell it Please Message me before selling.

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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personally unless i had to sell it (if by some odd chance i could ever make it) i would never think of it unless i had to for some unknown reason such as money wise.


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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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Man, I want to see Bradley's quote for printing this monster out. :shock: I also imagine it would take at least a few days to print.

Also, if it's not too much trouble, could you post these in .iges format as well so we can look at them too?


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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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You are my hero. And ill prob have them printed within the next week and start building


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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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Merry Christmas to you as well Drew. :D Now I just need several thousand dollars to print this thing. ;)


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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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Why are you jsut giving these away? Are you tired of casting, but want to see it come to life?

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Maybe he just doesn't want to cast 975 parts. God knows I don't.

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files
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So this puzzle can or can't be cast? The pieces seem very very very intricate. I'm pretty sure even the slightest shrinkage would ruin the entire design.

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I think that this should be a joint project. Three or four people could take the liberty to cast part of the puzzle and then the pieces will be shipped to one person to assemble and STICKER (1212 if i am correct)

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I think that this should be a joint project. Three or four people could take the liberty to cast part of the puzzle and then the pieces will be shipped to one person to assemble and STICKER (1212 if i am correct)


That does seem like a good idea, but there would probably be an argument on whether it gets sold or not, or who gwets it when, and stuff like that.

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TheCube wrote:
I think that this should be a joint project. Three or four people could take the liberty to cast part of the puzzle and then the pieces will be shipped to one person to assemble and STICKER (1212 if i am correct)

if that happens i want to be part anyone else can join to


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I downloaded these just in case. If i ever get the hankering i'll try to build one myself, but honestly that's way far off. I don't have the money to get the basic masters printed right now anyway. Perhaps over summer...regardless of whether it's been done by then anyway.

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TheCube wrote:
I think that this should be a joint project. Three or four people could take the liberty to cast part of the puzzle and then the pieces will be shipped to one person to assemble and STICKER (1212 if i am correct)


I like this idea as well, and would gladly participate as long as each contributor gets time with the puzzle and the people contributing have significant skill with molding/casting. Not to point any fingers but I have the feeling certain members will try to bite off more than they can chew and ruin the project for everyone. It would definitely not be a first, second, or even third experience with casting. And remember, 4 people would still have over 200 parts each. I suggest more than 5 people should try.

Also people will need to pitch in to get the masters printed. Maybe Bradley can be considered a "Contributor" for his 3D printing and he can have time with the puzzle too. In the end I suppose Drew would be the person to "own" the puzzle since its his design.

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TheCube wrote:
I think that this should be a joint project. Three or four people could take the liberty to cast part of the puzzle and then the pieces will be shipped to one person to assemble and STICKER (1212 if i am correct)


I like this idea as well, and would gladly participate as long as each contributor gets time with the puzzle and the people contributing have significant skill with molding/casting. Not to point any fingers but I have the feeling certain members will try to bite off more than they can chew and ruin the project for everyone. It would definitely not be a first, second, or even third experience with casting. And remember, 4 people would still have over 200 parts each. I suggest more than 5 people should try.

Also people will need to pitch in to get the masters printed. Maybe Bradley can be considered a "Contributor" for his 3D printing and he can have time with the puzzle too. In the end I suppose Drew would be the person to "own" the puzzle since its his design.
i want to be part so i need to get some casing experience


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I made a new topic about the group project here:

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=12016

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Wow... Just blows me away... AND YOUR GIVING AWAY THE FILES FOR FREE??

How much to print a full model?? :D

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How much to print a full model?? :D


I'd guess several thousand dollars.

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You guys know this is a petaminx and not a 9x9, right? You can tell by the pentagonal center cap.

Drew, you are amazing. In the past week you've shown us more some of the most amazing puzzles ever created, keep up the fantastic work

Yes of course. But Yesterday evening (night) it was really late and the topic said only "Santa's late gift" and I didn't see a picture of the center cap only some edgepieces and corners so I really thought it was supposed to be a 9x9 cube.
Now I understand why the picture that was up for download with the edges and corners was called "Peta". :D
Yeah I feel a bit embarrassed. :oops:
But Petaminx is better than 9x9 cube anyway. :wink:

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Crikey!!! What a beast. :shock:


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WOW guys, where are all these hits coming from? 18,000 views!?!?!

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Holy...

I have absolutely no expirience with casting, but simply seeing this come to life...


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Drewseph wrote:
WOW guys, where are all these hits coming from? 18,000 views!?!?!


It's at 24k now, and it's probably coming from other more populous boards (rubiks.com, lol) Guests also count as a view, I think.

This, is, like, I don't know...


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I assume that this is the same as mechanism that V-Cubes invented for their 9x9x9 cube? (Tony fisher had this one post up some time where he showed us pictures of the mechanism from Olympicube at that time. I just fail to find this topic again can someone help? I tried several times already I am apparently to dump to find these pictures again. :? )


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Drewseph wrote:
WOW guys, where are all these hits coming from? 18,000 views!?!?!


Now its up to 24,115!

I'm puzzled :lol:

I like the new rendering you put up. At first glance I thought you actually made one until I scrolled down and saw the rest of the pic.

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TheCube wrote:
I think that this should be a joint project. Three or four people could take the liberty to cast part of the puzzle and then the pieces will be shipped to one person to assemble and STICKER (1212 if i am correct)


I like this idea as well, and would gladly participate as long as each contributor gets time with the puzzle and the people contributing have significant skill with molding/casting. Not to point any fingers but I have the feeling certain members will try to bite off more than they can chew and ruin the project for everyone. It would definitely not be a first, second, or even third experience with casting. And remember, 4 people would still have over 200 parts each. I suggest more than 5 people should try.

Also people will need to pitch in to get the masters printed. Maybe Bradley can be considered a "Contributor" for his 3D printing and he can have time with the puzzle too. In the end I suppose Drew would be the person to "own" the puzzle since its his design.


You are right, more than 4 people are needed, but i just provided a basic idea in turning this concept into reality, its up to the builders to do the "fine tuning" of the idea

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files *Updated files*
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This is great and all, but the outermost central edges are so thin... why is that? With the smallish size of the puzzle, it seems like it'd be impossible to get stickers on it and have them stay there.


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You could tile them...

But then we're back to hand cutting them. :?

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 Post subject: Re: FREE Petaminx Files *Updated files*
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Is it just me, or are two of the .stl files corrupt in the new .rar? WinRAR tells me that center.stl and middle_edge.stl are corrupt and can't be extracted. I've also tried using WinZIP...anybody having this problem?

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No problem here. I downloaded and unrar'd both versions, and no problems.
Try downloading it again.


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