This is a standard size (57x57x57mm) Skewb I made for fun. I then turned it into a Void Skewb, before knowing if it already existed. I looked it up, and yes, but the existing ones have holes in the edges (the rectangles in the middle of each face), and my version has holes in the centers (4 of the 8 pieces on the corners of the cube). I also truncated the corners (that means cut off some stuff, right?). I then made (very small, that's all that fit in the mechanism) holes in the edge pieces anyway, to make it more "void-y". I then made some fillets in thin grooves in the corner pieces, to make sure there was enough room between the corner stickers (just putting the stickers right next to each other looks pretty lame, in my opinion). So it's different; good. I'm pretty sure it'll work (and not just fall apart), but I can't guarantee anything. When I get a response from the guy (or girl) who bought my Mini Void Cube, I'll know if my mechanism for void puzzles actually works. I hope you enjoy this puzzle.
- Jorijn "bonjorno7" de Graaf
P.S.: Please don't sell this puzzle in your shop, that's not what I made a download link for.
P.P.S.: I thought WSF, BSF and the colored SF's would be enough, but if you want any other materials enabled, just ask.
P.P.P.S.: Yay, I managed to set up a shop! (That means €10 profit for me).
Update: The center pieces used to be hollow, but I decided I'd rather have more stabilty then save those few cents (litterary a few cents). I also completly redesigned the puzzle from scratch, but this is the only change noticable in the STL file (there are quite a few changes to the SolidWorks Part File however). Here's the SolidWorks Part: http://puu.sh/bogrZ/1fcf53c687.SLDPRT (Ignore the weird naming, it makes sense only for me). Sorry for the loooong description be the way.
UPDATE: I removed my profit margin, cause it wasn't making me over $30,- a month, so ShapeWays wasn't giving me any money. Now It's cheaper for you guys. You're welcome.