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 Post subject: Big proyect
PostPosted: Tue Jun 27, 2006 3:57 pm 
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I am working in a New Big proyect...... see the photos..................

A HUGE AND GIAN FULLY FUNCTIONAL WOODEN CUBE.......


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 27, 2006 3:59 pm 
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hahahaha

Just kidding......

We are making 2 new rooms in our home.. and I was working and mum took the photos..... ehehehhehe

Guess who am I? The ''bald'' one is my father.. ahhahaha

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hehe nice one...

hey, imagine a fully functional version the size of a house? each cubie could be it's own room! of course you'd have levers and hydrolics to move the cubies around :P


i was gonna say - wow! you getting someone else to help you with this project. must have understanding friends or one who likes the cube just as much. :D

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dont forget to put some springs before fitting the screws..! ;)
(oh yeah... and the silicon too LOL)

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Heh heh! When I first saw the pic I actually thought that was what you were making!

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hahahahaa.

I think I won't sand it....... hahahaha.

And i will need to buy big CARPETS to use as stickers... hahahaha.

Wow, imagine the size of the screws... hahahahahha

IMAGINE A POP OF THAT CUBE! AHHAHAHAAHA. A real pop, when around 10 pieces jump off the cube......... HAHAHHAHAA. oooooooooh. but this one has an advantage. You won't lose time searching for the LOST SPRINGS....... HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA

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What sort of times are you expecting to get with it David? :lol:

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Imagine making a HOUSE like a giant rubik's cube with multiple modular rooms that can be moved not only in floor plan, but what floor it's on. One day your bedroom is on the ground floor with an outside view, next day it's the second floor room with no windows.

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rastarubik wrote:
You won't lose time searching for the LOST SPRINGS....... HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHA


Exactly. Because you will simply be searching for your head! :P

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Jin H Kim wrote:
Imagine making a HOUSE like a giant rubik's cube with multiple modular rooms that can be moved not only in floor plan, but what floor it's on. One day your bedroom is on the ground floor with an outside view, next day it's the second floor room with no windows.


Jin, that can be so dangerous...............

What would happen when your room is looking for down? hahahaha

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There's a film called "Cube" about a man who imprisons people in a maze that changes it's configurations, or something like that. I've got it DVD but haven't watched it yet. I'll let you know what it's like when I have watched it.

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I have Cube, Cube Two, and Cube Zero queued up with Netflix. I think I have about 20 other DVDs to get through before I get to those.

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Jin H Kim wrote:
I have Cube, Cube Two, and Cube Zero queued up with Netflix. I think I have about 20 other DVDs to get through before I get to those.


Yes those were awesome movies.
not to spoil anything but the first one was my favorite.
interesting ending on Cube Zero.... hehe that's all i'm going to say, so you can still watch them all.

sorry to go OT, but anyone notice who the girl was in the first Cube? :D anyone a DS9 fan?

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Wow, didn't know there were sequels. Must keep an eye out for those. 8-)

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Planned dimensions?

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