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 Post subject: Drewseph's Starminx II
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Here it is guys!

The Starminx II Video, the core made of the famous boulder that went after Indiana Jones himself!

This puzzle is 70mm per edge and weighs 1.13kg!

Strangely enough this puzzle can jumble 2 different ways as seen in the pictures and video.

I might re-upload though, youtube for some reason really made this crappy!


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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OH MY GOD

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Talk about a puzzle the size of a good PAPERWEIGHT :lol: :lol:

My little hands would never be able to hold much less turn that thing!

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Mini-Petaminx? :mrgreen:


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DEAR LORD! i think this would make a nice bubble wand

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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That's no moon, it's a puzzle!

Start the tractor beams! It's pulling us in! :lol:


Anyway, Awesome mini petaminx! Did you fully print that or did you make molds from masters?


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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That mini petaminx comment someone made had to be a joke..... thats a full sized petaminx......

the one seen here

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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I suppose we are not to know what the core is for just yet.


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Hold your horses, I can only assemble it so quickly.....

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Ah...[Censored, please see the rules!!] big!

Telling from the core, if layers rotate about axes, then we will probably have a corner turning *and* face turning dodecahedron. However I'm still wondering about the 9 holes around the tips of dodecahedron.

Drew, if it happens to be what i described, please don't blame me!

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Okay, I'll be patient, I just love thinking of putting the puzzle together. It's fun until you get the the really higher order ones, it's still fun but it gets hard to keep it together while putting it together.


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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You should see what it looks like from INSIDE!

(That is actually Drew working on the design, just to give a sense of scale)

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Is that a puddle of silicone below the petaminx?? There's always a bigger fish.... :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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What in the blue hell...?


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Um WAT. Looks like a giant wiffle ball.

Also, it appears to be icosahedral-based. The pattern seems to be placed such that there would be 20 of them evenly spaced. As for why the pattern is necessary i have no idea.

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Drewseph wrote:
Hold your horses, I can only assemble it so quickly.....


Is this going to be completed tonight?


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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monkeyman wrote:
Drewseph wrote:
Hold your horses, I can only assemble it so quickly.....


Is this going to be completed tonight?



I was wondering the same thing, its the only reason i am still on the computer :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Um WAT. Looks like a giant wiffle ball.

Also, it appears to be icosahedral-based. The pattern seems to be placed such that there would be 20 of them evenly spaced. As for why the pattern is necessary i have no idea.

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i still think it looks like the starminx


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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I think I figured it out! I am pretty sure it is this. http://users.skynet.be/gelatinbrain/Applets/Magic%20Polyhedra/dodeca_e1.htm

An Edge Turning Dodecahedron!!

I come to this conclusion by using Drew's hint in the The "hints of secret ideas" thread!!! :-).
http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=15506&hilit=hints

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an Indiana Jones sized puzzle which turns similar to another puzzle and looks identical to two of the same family of appearance.


So that is my verdict. Let's hope I get proved right. :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Pencil holder? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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....shut up......

thats not even real......

i mean.... what....

dino rhombic triacontahedron

drt? sorry, thats just what i want to get built next.... i cant wait to see it when its done though. i kinda hope this is a joke... i didnt know you could afford a crane to put that all together

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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I feel a little stupid for asking, but is each hole a turning axis? :?

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Wait.. wait...! If *that* is the core, then the actual puzzle would be...

:shock:


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

big but not heavy, nice and amazing as all his puzzles. :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Wow, Indy got chased be a pretty light boulder, huh? :lol:

Can't wait to see how this turns out.

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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It's some sort of corner and face turning dodecahedron, that's easily decipherable from the picture. But the 9 holes around each corner axis have me stumped.. (possibly room for magnets to hold the pieces in due to the shear size?


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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:shock: ........................................................... :shock:

That's a pretty big core! :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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I looked at it for a while, and all I could figure was a simultaneously corner, edge, and face-turning icosidodecahedron/truncated dodecahedron... both seem implausible. :V


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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monkeyman wrote:
I think I figured it out! I am pretty sure it is this. http://users.skynet.be/gelatinbrain/Applets/Magic%20Polyhedra/dodeca_e1.htm

An Edge Turning Dodecahedron!!

I come to this conclusion by using Drew's hint in the The "hints of secret ideas" thread!!! :-).
http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=15506&hilit=hints

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an Indiana Jones sized puzzle which turns similar to another puzzle and looks identical to two of the same family of appearance.


So that is my verdict. Let's hope I get proved right. :mrgreen:


Based on the same things you have pointed out, it is this one.
http://users.skynet.be/gelatinbrain/App ... eca_v8.htm
Since the axis of turning seems to be in the mid of 3 centers(thus, on the corners)
Also it looks similar to the starminx and dino dodecahedron.
The one you posted shouldn't have such a complex mechanism anyway i think.

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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it is the equivalent of a little Chop in dodecahedron form. that is, a fully edge turning dodecahedron as monkeyman pointed out.... pictures eventually... I need to sticker the thing!

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that thing is going to be a godzilla to all the puzzles :lol: !

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I would like to request a size comparison pic with a keychain cube upon completion.

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Drew, get stickering, you need to get it in in time for puzzle of the year

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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I can't wait to see the size of this beast!


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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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Drewseph wrote:
it is the equivalent of a little Chop in dodecahedron form. that is, a fully edge turning dodecahedron as monkeyman pointed out.... pictures eventually... I need to sticker the thing!


I think you mean that it's equivalent of the half chop/helicopter cube. The equivalent of the little chop would be quite a bit bigger!


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that puzzle is gunna be huge!

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I love how we've almost filled a page with posts before the puzzle is even out!

I can't wait, Drew!

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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I just realized that Drew has not stickered his Petaminx. I can see his reasons why, but I feel slow for just realizing that :lol:


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Could it finally be that a Big Chop with a mechanical core is finally coming to existence?

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Arch Wolf wrote:
Could it finally be that a Big Chop with a mechanical core is finally coming to existence?

Nope. Try this post:
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Drewseph wrote:
it is the equivalent of a little Chop in dodecahedron form. that is, a fully edge turning dodecahedron as monkeyman pointed out.... pictures eventually... I need to sticker the thing!


I think you mean that it's equivalent of the half chop/helicopter cube. The equivalent of the little chop would be quite a bit bigger!


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Well it isn't really a big chop exactly. It is more like a deep-cut helicopter dodecahedron.

The edge turns just so happen to resemble those of a 24 Cube.


I would be very much interested in seeing its potential to "jumble" or whatever the term is for what it might do.


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if this isnt gunna be the biggest puzzle ever build... than what is?

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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pirsquared wrote:
Arch Wolf wrote:
Could it finally be that a Big Chop with a mechanical core is finally coming to existence?

Nope. Try this post:
Bram wrote:
Drewseph wrote:
it is the equivalent of a little Chop in dodecahedron form. that is, a fully edge turning dodecahedron as monkeyman pointed out.... pictures eventually... I need to sticker the thing!


I think you mean that it's equivalent of the half chop/helicopter cube. The equivalent of the little chop would be quite a bit bigger!


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Ahh...okay. I just woke up and was not running at full capacity. Gelatinbrain doesn't want to work with my Firefox for some reason, so I can't exactly go to the links :lol:

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Keychain Cube is to Standard Cube as the Petaminx is to _____ :shock:

I am quite excited to see this.

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pirsquared wrote:
Arch Wolf wrote:
Could it finally be that a Big Chop with a mechanical core is finally coming to existence?

Nope. Try this post:
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Drewseph wrote:
it is the equivalent of a little Chop in dodecahedron form. that is, a fully edge turning dodecahedron as monkeyman pointed out.... pictures eventually... I need to sticker the thing!


I think you mean that it's equivalent of the half chop/helicopter cube. The equivalent of the little chop would be quite a bit bigger!


-π (Eitan)


The phrase "equivalent of a little chop in dodecahedron form" made me think of big chop. Otherwise do you mean a helicopter dodecahedron? That looks like starminx but with different cuts.

But... with such a long time stickering, I'm again confused and can't wait! :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: Indiana Jones....
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A mastermorphix is equivalent to a rubik's cube in a tetrahedron form.
So this is a shapemod of a little chop?

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I think he really does mean what Oscar called the "big chop". Not just a shape transformation but really a deep cut edge turning dodecahedron.
But maybe it's just hope that makes me think so at this moment. :D

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Wow. Just wow. Nice jumbling!

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