Pulsar aka Hexo-Inverto an interchangeable puzzle

hexo_inverto_lng_tn.jpg (3093 bytes) Long assembly  hexo_inverto_flt_tn.jpg (2629 bytes)  Flat assembly

hexo_inverto_fzz_tn.jpg (1959 bytes)  Fuzzy assembly        ANIMATE
The fused version of Hexo-Inverto, called Pulsar, was suggested by Ginda and Benji Fisher. 
It was a participant in the exhange on the IPP 2000 in LA. 
The fusing makes assembly a real chalenge, although it lacks the ability of forming the chaotic shape. 
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bulletThe Hexo-Inverto is a star form of a well known Diagonal Star.
bulletHexo-Inverto is one of the most unusual puzzles. It assembles in three different shapes: Long, Flat and Chaotic. In Chaotic form it reveals internal surfaces which are hidden in Long and Short forms. That's why we can say: Hexo-Inverto is an Inside-Out puzzle.
bulletTo assemble it you have to put together two groups of parts consisting of three pieces each.
bulletIt's a member of The Magic Crystals family which means that it's parts can be used in combination with pieces from any other family member.
bulletHexo-Inverto has a hollow cube shaped cavity inside of it, so to some extent it's a Box Puzzle.
bulletWithin The Magic Crystals it belongs to a special group of star-like rhombic dodecahedrons.

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