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It is not only you, I thought the same thing. I was disappointed it wasn't, but still, its a fantastic job and looks great.
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I had this trying to Favorite things. Opened a new Tab, Reload the page, Logout, Reload the page (and the original article). Log back in. Reload the page (and the original article). Favoriting worked. Maybe this will help someone…
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Yeah, I modelled it from scratch based on your pictures (I generally like to do my own modelling since that is half the fun ;-). OpenSCAN is nice since it is all instrumented so you can adjust all the parameters after the fact (eg, I test printed the housing at 1/8th height scale to test the fit of the lid and adjusted the clearance before doing a proper print).
Nice puzzle, I made it as a gift for my dad and brother. It is interesting in that sometimes people can solve it very quickly, and then try later and be completely stuck. I made the pieces and pegs separately to create some contrast and for ease of 3D printing. I tried to upload the OpenSCAD document, but it wouldn't let me include that.
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I thought that too when I first watched the video. But I think it's not really true - what is happening is that the ball on the left is leaving the gate at a very slow speed because of the shallow ramp, and staying visible in the view, whereas the other two are leaving very fast and essentially dropping from sight immediately. Watch the intro video in slow motion from about 1:00. So while it might be that the left ball is leaving late (and probably is a little given the ball holder probably has to rise higher to release it), a lot of it is also related to the initial speed, which in some respects is the whole point of the setup (to get up to a fast speed quickly, since as far as I understand physics, all three should be traveling at the same speed when they finish as they have lost t...
I thought that too when I first watched the video. But I think it's not really true - what is happening is that the ball on the left is leaving the gate at a very slow speed because of the shallow ramp, and staying visible in the view, whereas the other two are leaving very fast and essentially dropping from sight immediately. Watch the intro video in slow motion from about 1:00. So while it might be that the left ball is leaving late (and probably is a little given the ball holder probably has to rise higher to release it), a lot of it is also related to the initial speed, which in some respects is the whole point of the setup (to get up to a fast speed quickly, since as far as I understand physics, all three should be traveling at the same speed when they finish as they have lost the same amount of potential energy).
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Looks very cool. I have a simpler method - when I put the washing on, I put the washing basket in the hall where I see it regularly. Not nearly as technically refined I will admit.
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I actually made one of these (scarily almost identical, although a bit smaller and only five rings) for my Dad for his 80th birthday present about a year ago. He still hasn't gotten in to it ;-). You were clearly inspired by some of the same images I found of Cryptex on the net - your alphabet ring is almost identical to mine. I meant to write it up as an Instructable, but now I guess I don't have to (although perhaps the OpenSCAD files would be useful since they are all parameterised so the settings (like size and number of rings) can all be adjusted. Nice job.
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