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Extended Bridged 48-Ball Sphere & Variations w/tutorial Like

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Extended bridged 48-ball sphere

Neodymium Magnetic Balls (@Varies) - Fun with 6-ball hexagon rings part 1

Not sure if this has been done before, so I thought I would share ... the 48-ball sphere is not as common as the C60 sphere and the extended version provides a larger subunit to work with.

(@048) - 48-ball sphere = (2 x (4 x 6-ball))

(@432) - 48-ball square = (3 x (3 x 48-ball sphere))

(@864) - 1 = ((3 x 48-ball sphere) + (2 x (3 x 48-ball sphere)) + (3 x (3 x 48-ball sphere)))

(@384) - 48-ball sphere square frame = (8 x 48-ball sphere))

(@960) - 48-ball sphere cube frame = ((2 x (8 x 48-ball sphere)) + (4 x 48-ball sphere))

(@1296) - 48-ball sphere cube = (3 x (9 x 48-ball sphere))

(@192) - Extended bridged 48-ball sphere = ((48-ball sphere core) + (6 x ( 2 x 4-ball) extenders)) + (12 x 8-ball bridges))

More shots and build info here ...
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tend2it/sets/72157636241487673/


48-ball sphere subunit


48-ball sphere subunit


48-ball sphere subunit


48-ball sphere subunit


Extended bridged 48-ball sphere


48-ball square


48-ball square


48-ball sphere staircase


48-ball sphere staircase


48-ball sphere staircase


48-ball sphere square frame


48-ball sphere cube frame


48-ball sphere cube frame


48-ball sphere cube frame


48-ball sphere cube frame


48-ball sphere cube frame


48-ball sphere cube


48-ball sphere cube


48-ball sphere cube


48-ball sphere cube


48-ball sphere cube

Comments

  • dotpedia - 3 years ago
    Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing Tend2it.