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Pentastick READ INSTRUCTIONS

Pentastick READ INSTRUCTIONS 3d printed Gift Guide Puzzles
Pentastick READ INSTRUCTIONS 3d printed Gift Guide Puzzles
Pentastick READ INSTRUCTIONS 3d printed Gift Guide Puzzles
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Pentastick READ INSTRUCTIONS 3d printed Gift Guide Puzzles Getting scrambled
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About this Product

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE BUYING !!!!

Pentastick is based on an idea by David Pitcher, posted at the Twisty Puzzles Forum, and enhanced by Eitan Cher, Anthony Villaveiran and Carl Hoff. Conventional twisty puzzles have all turning axes going through a single origin. Not for this puzzle, which has two origins. Each half of the puzzle alone plays like a simplified version of the Pentagonal Prism. However, as the two halves exchange pieces, the puzzle as a whole is much harder.

Watch the YouTube video.
Read at the Shapeways Forum.
Read more at the Twisty Puzzles Forum.

A complete Penta Stick puzzle requires
-1x Set 1
-1x Set 2

Please order a 3D-printed do-it-yourself puzzle kit from Shapeways at this page (check with Oskar about screws and stickers), or contact Oskar directly if you are interested in obtaining a fully colored, stickered and assembled sample of this puzzle.

Dimensions

IN: 1.988 w x 1.988 d x 1.988 h
CM: 5.05 w x 5.05 d x 5.05 h
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Hey Oskar, come to think of it... If you take the right proportions, can't you also scramble it with 90° turns?
August 8, 2011, 11:09 pm
 
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