Difference between revisions of "Pyraminx"

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[[Image:pyraminx.jpg|250px|thumb|right|Mefferts Original Pryaminx]]
 
[[Image:pyraminx.jpg|250px|thumb|right|Mefferts Original Pryaminx]]
'''Pyraminx''' is a triangular pyramid-shaped (or tetrahedron) [[puzzle]]. The parts are arranged in a pyramidal pattern on each side of the puzzle. The layers can be rotated with respect to each vertex, and the individual tips can be rotated as well. It was designed by [[Uwe Meffert]] in the early 1970's.
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'''Pyraminx''' is a triangular pyramid-shaped (or tetrahedron) [[puzzle]]. The parts are arranged in a pyramidal pattern on each side of the puzzle. The layers can be rotated with respect to each vertex, and the individual tips can be rotated as well. It was designed by [[Uwe Meffert]] in the early 1970s.
  
=== See also ===
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== See also ==
 
* [[Pyraminx notation]]
 
* [[Pyraminx notation]]
 
* [[Pyraminx Speedsolving Methods]]
 
* [[Pyraminx Speedsolving Methods]]
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* [[:Category:Pyraminx solvers]]
 
* [[:Category:Pyraminx solvers]]
  
=== External links ===
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== External links ==
 
* [http://www.worldcubeassociation.org/regulations/scrambles/scramble_pyraminx.htm?num=5&len=25&col=gryb Official Pyraminx scrambler]
 
* [http://www.worldcubeassociation.org/regulations/scrambles/scramble_pyraminx.htm?num=5&len=25&col=gryb Official Pyraminx scrambler]
 
* [http://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/pyraminx.htm Jaap's Pyraminx pages] (the java applet found there can be used to find algorithms)
 
* [http://www.jaapsch.net/puzzles/pyraminx.htm Jaap's Pyraminx pages] (the java applet found there can be used to find algorithms)
 
* {{WP}}
 
* {{WP}}
  
[[category:Pyraminx]]
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[[Category:Pyraminx]]
[[category:Meffert's Puzzles]]
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[[Category:Meffert's Puzzles]]
[[category:Twisty Puzzles]]
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[[Category:Twisty puzzles]]
 
[[Category:Cubing Terminology]]
 
[[Category:Cubing Terminology]]

Revision as of 18:01, 19 May 2012

Mefferts Original Pryaminx

Pyraminx is a triangular pyramid-shaped (or tetrahedron) puzzle. The parts are arranged in a pyramidal pattern on each side of the puzzle. The layers can be rotated with respect to each vertex, and the individual tips can be rotated as well. It was designed by Uwe Meffert in the early 1970s.

See also

External links