|Author||--Amafirlian 19:55, 27 April 2007 (UTC)|
Structure that shows that the width of the rods allows three orthogonal beams to pass through one another. It is based around this simple structure where 3 × 2 rods connect together.
Building Instructions Edit
- The beams use alternating polarities so neighbouring spheres attract each other.
- I found it easy to just create one beam (using 9 × 2 rods) and then feeding the orthogonal beams through it. Might not work for larger structures though
Extension: Large scale version Edit
|Large Scale Intersecting Beams|
Well, actually this was the way i did this cube...