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Living Puzzles by grigorusha on Etsy

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Hello
I want to introduce to you my store in which I sell puzzles made using 3D printing. I sell all my puzzles, and puzzles of other well-known puzzle-designers Oskar, Pitcher, Timur.
This is a very good opportunity to purchase unique puzzles that can not be bought in a regular store. This is a great opportunity to replenish your collection, as well as solve a very interesting puzzle.
You get a fully assembled hand-made puzzle that is build from quality plastic. You can play with it right away!

visit my Shops: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha

my youtube chanel: http://www.youtube.com/user/grigrme
my facebook: https://www.facebook.com/grigorusha
my instagram: https://www.instagram.com/grigorushapuzzle/
my ebay: http://www.ebay.com/sch/grigorusha/m.html
 
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Circle Pyraminx and Crazy Pyraminx.
visit my Shops: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha

I made a universal mechanism. all types of rotation of circles on faces are possible.
there is only one drawback - it is difficult to distinguish faces, since the center is invisible

I made 4 types of puzzle. they differ in different block configurations.
You can choose the type of puzzle at the time of order by specifying an optional color!

1) Circle Pyraminx - all 4 circles are connected to the core and never rotate.
I thought that this is a very simple puzzle, since the sectors of the circle are limited in movement.
but I could not solve it. it turns out the sectors are connected with invisible centers. and we need to know the formulas for their rotation!

2) Crazy Piraminx - here there are 3 options. I made a version with two connected circles and two rotating circles.
it is very easy to build two other versions of B) three circles are connected, one circle rotates, C) one circle is connected, three circles rotate.
it is very difficult to solve. a good challenge for valiant solvers!

puzzle on the photo and video-presentation may differ slightly from this puzzle
forum link - http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=377309
youtube review video -

 
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I present Timur's puzzle - Biaxe.
visit my Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha
I'm doing this puzzle with the permission of the author

Description of the author:
I wanted to try this puzzle ever since I have made the Constellation Six.
The point was to get regular pentagons instead of circles in the face centers.
This was only possible by changing the angle between axes from 120° to 130.42°.

As a cost, the puzzle has lost its rotational symmetry and one working axis.
So, here's the Biaxe ([bi-'aks]) - a challenging puzzle with only 2 possible moves.

puzzle on the photo and video-presentation may differ slightly from this puzzle
forum link - http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=260019
youtube review video -
 
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I present Timur's puzzle - Constellation Six.
visit my Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha
I'm doing this puzzle with the permission of the author

Description of the author:
It's a vertex-turning trigonal dipyramid that has 3 complanar axes of rotation.
Each of the 6 faces has a star image on it and with only 3 possible moves the puzzle gets totally scrambled very easily.

This puzzle has some features that make it somewhat hard to classify.
If you consider Constellation Six as a vertex-turning puzzle, then it's a "normal" puzzle - it always has the same shape.
Only some locked (unturnable) cutting lines make you think that there's still something unusual. Yes, there is - if you consider it an edge turning puzzle, you can say that it constantly changes the shape, bandages some layers and unbandages others. Even the axes change their orientation in space, but the overall shape is "invariant". Can we say it shapeshifts or gets bandaged? You decide.

There are some other mentionable things about this puzzle:
1. Because the small face corner angle is not 36°, but 41.41°, the stars could not have rotational symmetry. And with 36° on the face 90°-turns would not be possible.
2. The ray pieces may play 3 different roles (head, arm, leg) and the small triangle pieces - 2 roles (on big egde or small egde).
3. The circle piece in the center could actually be 13-gon, because each 90° vertex turn turns it by 138.59°, and this repeated 13 times makes it turn by 1801.67°, which is only slightly different from 5 full turn-arounds (5x360° = 1800°).

puzzle on the photo and video-presentation may differ slightly from this puzzle
forum link - http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=243533
youtube review video -
 
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Latch Pyraminx
visit my Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha

this is a very interesting and dificult puzzle. This is a very serious challenge for any solver!
I made a universal mechanism. Latches can be put in any part - you can make any combination of arrow.

I made 3 types of puzzle. they differ in different latch configurations. please read forum description.
You can choose the type of puzzle at the time of order by specifying an optional color!

puzzle on the photo and video-presentation may differ slightly from this puzzle
forum link - http://twistypuzzles.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=15&t=24531
youtube review video -
 
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In cooperation with Pitcher Puzzles, I am proud to present David Pitcher’s RotoPrism 2, RotoPrism 2 Peekaboo and RotoPrism 3.
This is a very rare and interesting puzzles. If your collection does not have this puzzles, this is a great chance to get this weird and wonderful puzzles!!!

visit my Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha
 
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David and I are developing our cooperation. Today we are pleased to offer two new puzzles StarPrism and Tricopter-9.
This is a very rare and interesting puzzles. If your collection does not have this puzzles, this is a great chance to get this weird and wonderful puzzles!!!

please visit my Store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha
Pitcher's Twisty Puzzles section: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha?section_id=23920872
my youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/user/grigrme

also available: RotoPrism 2, RotoPrism 2 Peekaboo and RotoPrism 3.
 
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Only 3 discount days, 18-20 May! All puzzles are in stock. I give a 10% discount. Sending worldwide within 1-2 days. Jewel Tetrahedron, Pyramino, Tricopter-9, JumbleStar, RotoPrism 3.
visit my store: https://www.etsy.com/shop/grigorusha
see my youtube chanel: http://www.youtube.com/user/grigrme

ps
There are only 5 puzzles from this photos in stock.
You can buy either one puzzle or several - it does not affect the discount. You can combine the order with other puzzles from my store. but then you have to wait until I make them.

 
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