The 4x5x6 Cuboid is the next step up from my 3x4x5. This puzzle was made at the request of Sigurd Wedel. Just like the 3x4x5 this one shapeshifts as 90 degree turns are possible on the 4x6 faces.
In the design I've used a mechanism slightly different from that of my 3x4x5 and slightly more like a V-Cube. The result is a puzzle that rotates very smoothly, even better than the 3x4x5. This puzzle is truly very complex, having more than 40 different mechanical parts.
This is the Multidodecahedron. A puzzle that has all the parts from the Megaminx, Pyraminx Crystal, Starminx, Master Pentultimate and Pentultimate and requires you to solve them simultaneously. This puzzle was initially suggested by Carl Hoff, who coined the name Multidodecahedron.
This mount allows you to attach a GoPro camera to the skid of a model helicopter. It has been designed for an Align T-Rex 600 Pro, but in general it should fit any skid tube with a diameter of 9mm. The mount is engineered to allow the use of standard GoPro mounting hardware and accessories. Please keep in mind that since this is a fixed mount if you have vibrations in the heli they will translate into vibrations on the image.
The mount should be able to withstand basic acrobatic manoeuvres, but as you probably understand, I will not take responsibility for any loss... If you're looking for more robust mount, please checkout my 9mm Heavy Duty Camera Rig, found here
Parts needed2x M4 Screws, length 35-40mm Hexagonal Head Screw
Carbon TubesMost finer hobby shops have carbon fibre tube in these dimensions. I ordered the carbon fibre tubing from eBay (links below):
MaterialsI recommend White Strong & Flexible Polished. To make the parts stay clean and a fresh white, I recommend spray them with a coat of white paint. I used cheap automotive spray can, and it looks great.
Videos of more mods to my PhantomCheck out my website www.simensays.com for more pics & videos of mods I have made to my Phantom.
DisclaimerThis is a DIY kit, so some minor adjustments might be needed.
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