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The immediate follow-up of the Axis octahedron. After axising a face turning octahedron he ghosted it.
This started as an idea in october 2015 after the inventor had just finished his very first 3D printed puzzle.
After restarting 3 times from scratch he designed it to have springs and gave it a different thickness to all the external walls of each pieces, related to the surface they have. The big flat pieces do not bend when pressed.
As the inventor's Axis Octahedron (please refer to the separate entry), the puzzle is mechanically similar to the Dino Octa and the Crazy Octahedron Plus Standard, an FTO with center pieces.
The puzzle is the same size as the Crazy Octahedron Plus.
Edge length: 97 mm
In the same year the inventor designed the smaller variant in image 8.
Edge length: 48 mm
Weight: 23 grams
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