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Rubiks cube

by SuperMario, published

Rubiks cube by SuperMario Feb 27, 2013
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This is my version of the Rubiks cube, it should be modified to allow some reverse corner cutting. I have not made this yet as I still do not have a 3D printer, if anyone wants to give me feedback that would be appreciated.

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To assemble you will need screws and springs I don't know what size yet or if the core will even work you may need a core from a cubing website cube4you.com is one of the best.

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You shouldent need screws and springs to assemble it, all you would possibly need is some sort of lubricant.

the core looks fine, looks like it should work. have you printed it ?
any way gonna try print it tommorow :)

it aint got no pieces in it

does that man good, or bad?

3dy - in reply to 3dy

bad

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