Rubik's Cube, colored
by Thompson, published
This is based on chapulina's printable Rubik's cube. I recently saw this cube and it gave me an idea: http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b162/nostalgia75/cubing/guhong_pieces.jpg
Why not cut a cube piece in half in print it in color? so this is the result. If you have 6 colors of filament, you can print one print plate in each color, or you can use the filament colorizer and 5 colors of sharpies. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:11742
This is a work in progress, i have yet to add a way to align the pieces (such as a pin connector).
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First, if you do not have 6 colors of filament, print our cyclone's filament colorizer.
Then print 6 print plates, each in a different color. Print a Core Print Plate as well.
Now, glue each piece together, depending on your color choice/position.
Assemble according to chapulina's build instructions: http://myshumi.posterous.com/cube-for-the-blind-3d-printed