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 Post subject: Holey Gigaminx COMPLETED!
PostPosted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 3:10 pm 
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Hello puzzlists of the world, Today I got an order I am quite happy with.
At nationals me and Will_57 where talking about a void gigaminx and ways it could be done, our first attempt involved a c4u gigaminx (what where we thinking). That failed
Our second attempt is a full 3d print and here is the world first multi layer void puzzle (centers gone)
Turning is near perfect but corner cutting is meh, catching should become less common as the puzzle breaks in
This puzzle is now dyed and stickered
Thanks will_57 for helping me design this puzzle and making my mech come to life, it was a pain but worth it

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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awesome work!


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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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This is impressive. Congratulations to the both of you. Void Teraminx up next? :P


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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Great work there Sky. It looks awesome! Now just need the stickers!

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Katten wrote:
This is impressive. Congratulations to the both of you. Void Teraminx up next? :P


Actually we might do that, this new mech has nearly perfect turning and I believe it can be pushed further

It will be dyed and stickered this week

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Great job ! I like it alot.

BUT This is not the first multi layer void puzzle, Oskar has made a void 6x6 cube - http://www.youtube.com/user/OskarPuzzle ... k4cmejqto0

anyway Congratz on your build.

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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In my opinion the Void 6x6x6 isn't a Void Puzzle, in the sense that it doesn't turn like a 6x6x6.

Could this mech be used to make a great Gigaminx too? From what I've seen of the mech, it could work.

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Sharon Avidor wrote:
Great job ! I like it alot.

BUT This is not the first multi layer void puzzle, Oskar has made a void 6x6 cube - http://www.youtube.com/user/OskarPuzzle ... k4cmejqto0

anyway Congratz on your build.


This puzzle does not turn like a 6x6 but like a 3x3 with spiny edges

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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SEBUVER wrote:
In my opinion the Void 6x6x6 isn't a Void Puzzle, in the sense that it doesn't turn like a 6x6x6.

Could this mech be used to make a great Gigaminx too? From what I've seen of the mech, it could work.


I dont see why not, it would just need some modifications

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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but it is a multi layer puzzle, and it is void..

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Sharon Avidor wrote:
but it is a multi layer puzzle, and it is void..

True but lets call it all rotating layers then, so the puzzle has to turn along the layers

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Legend puzzle! good job! I like it ALOT!!

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Legend puzzle! good job! I like it ALOT!!


Thank you everyone for all the kind comments, dont forget to give will credit

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Well done both of you!

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Looks pretty cool!

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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It looks awesome, great job!

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amazing nice job

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Would you mind triple fusing it? :P

There's nothing else to be said. Awesome work, both of you! I can't wait until Harvard Cube Day! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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This is epic! If it ever gets on Shapeways, I'll def get it and then destroy my c4y one with a katana.


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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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SEBUVER wrote:
In my opinion the Void 6x6x6 isn't a Void Puzzle, in the sense that it doesn't turn like a 6x6x6.

Well if you don't count that one... what about this one?
http://www.youtube.com/user/OskarPuzzle#p/u/28/D5iOo5DlItg

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Yes, that is a void puzzle... It has some of the center pieces missing, and it turns like a normal 5x5x5.

Anyways, let's not go off topic.

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Excellent job! It turns so much better than the gigaminx that I just may throw mine out. In fact, you should also print "temporary centers" (easy) that you can put in the holes (easy, except for last one) so you can temporarily transform it into a (non-void) gigaminx.


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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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wwwmwww wrote:
SEBUVER wrote:
In my opinion the Void 6x6x6 isn't a Void Puzzle, in the sense that it doesn't turn like a 6x6x6.

Well if you don't count that one... what about this one?
http://www.youtube.com/user/OskarPuzzle#p/u/28/D5iOo5DlItg

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I said this is the first multilayer with the centers gone meaning the true center piece not off center parts

Dont get me wrong its an awesome puzzle i just feel as if a void cube needs the true centers gone

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Wow that is so pretty! :)

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Wow!

I am too busy the past two days, but I *have* to post that this is an outstanding puzzle!
Well done!!!

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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This is why Luke told me not to try modding a void megaminx and a Teraminx into a void teraminx!!!

Awesome puzzle!!! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Seriously awesome puzzle. cant wait to see it dyed/stickered.

Does this puzzle mean any puzzle mad using he v mech and be "voided"?

Who knew the best turning gigaminx would be a void one? XD

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Fantastic design! I'm amazed it works so smoothly, how hard was it ti assemble?

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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How about extending the voidness? Would it still be able to turn (grooves)?? :oops:

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Does this use the void method on the existing Void Megaminx where the face centers are fixed to the core and you see them mid rotation? Or does it use the void method found on the void cube where the face centers rotate with the layer and the opening always remains square?

Personally I like the later method and I've been waiting for someone to apply that method to the Megaminx. Maybe that has already been done and this is an extension of that.

Either way... cool puzzle,
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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx
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Since I designed the puzzle, I'll answer a few questions.
gingervergo wrote:
Does this puzzle mean any puzzle mad using he v mech and be "voided"?

To my knowledge, yes.
Drewseph wrote:
Fantastic design! I'm amazed it works so smoothly, how hard was it ti assemble?

Sky says that the puzzle was very easy to assemble. I was surprised, as the core probably has very little springiness. I'd also like to mention that part of the reason why the puzzle turns so nicely is probably because of the tolerance advice you gave on IRC, so thank you for that! :D
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Does this use the void method on the existing Void Megaminx where the face centers are fixed to the core and you see them mid rotation? Or does it use the void method found on the void cube where the face centers rotate with the layer and the opening always remains square?

It's a combination of both. The core looks almost identical to a Holey Megaminx core, but the centers can rotate. The rest of the pieces just use a V-mech.

Thanks for the kind comments everyone! :D

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 Post subject: Re: Holey Gigaminx (now dyed)
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Looks great Sky. Update the first post with these pictures. I can't wait until the stickers!

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This looks insanely awesome. I can't believe how well it turns. I do find it a bit ironic that one of the best turning Gigaminxs is also the only voided one!

GREAT JOB SKY AND WILL!

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Congratulations to Will and cooldayr.
Will, I hope that we will see other fantastic designs like this, then my dream can become true that I'll own the first casting of a great designer! :)

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Holey Gigaminx, Batman! :lol: I still don't believe how I was the first person to do this.

Anyways, it looks great! How's the turning?

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Anyways, it looks great! How's the turning?

Watch the video! :lol:

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looks like it turns better than the mass produced gigaminxes! :lol:

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looks like it turns better than the mass produced gigaminxes! :lol:

Everything turns better than those

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I'm sorry if I missed something vitally important- does credit for this puzzle go to cooldayr and will_57, or just to cooldayr?

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I'm sorry if I missed something vitally important- does credit for this puzzle go to cooldayr and will_57, or just to cooldayr?

Both of us; cooldayr came up with the mechanism for the core, while I took his idea and turned it into a 3d model.

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I've just watched the video, Sky. It looks increbible. A real feat of accomplishment.

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Video up and completed

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glad to see this puzzle finally completed. really great job guys. I cant wait to see what this mechanism is applied to in the future. have you considered combining it with the shells mech? you could actually do a void redi cube, and many many other cool puzzles if I'm not mistaken.

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It really looks brilliant and the movement is very smooth!

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I first posted this as a ridiculous joke only last year, and now it looks like it could become a reality within just a few more months! :shock:

Amazing work, both of you! :D

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If we can make a good profit off of our next puzzle triple fuse void peta could happen by the end of this year

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