22x22 rubik's cube

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22x22 rubik's cube by corenpuzzle Jan 14, 2016
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This is a fully functional 22x22 rubik's cube. It has an edge length of 200mm and contains 2691 working parts! It was made on a prusa i3 over the span 8 months. I don't recommend printing this puzzle. There is a lot of problems with it. I made the files available here so people could print out small bits of this puzzle and get a better idea of how this puzzle works.

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Ok, how many problems, exactly? Cuz, I'm kinda thinking about printing it...

Yeah, Yeah it does.

What are the tolerances? Like, between the pieces?

If the whole cube was 2 3x3s tall would it function?

You having 3D printed this with the 'cheap' 3D printer you used is so cool. I have a question regarding the mechanism. So I understand how the center pieces stay in place on oskars 17x17, but what is the ball core? Thanks.

Rather than a skeleton core (6 pegs connected at the center) its just a sphere with 6 holes in it. Its signifigantly stronger. The pieces are so far from the core there would be more than enough torque to snap the skeleton core in half

is there some kind of corner pin?

how do i join the corner block with my corner peices

What did You use to join the The ring parts?

How do i join the córner pice with the other 2 parte?

Happy New year !

why isn't this in the guiness book of world records?

This is crazy. I am trying to understand the drawing by assembling it in sketchup. could you post a instructions file. Where do you even buy stickers for it?!?! Congratulations on getting the world record. Keep designing and you can do great things.

As for the stickers, just marker them I guess

hi coren i have a problem
i dont understand how to print the corenr_part2-x8+mirror-x8.STL file
well all the mirror parts

You need to mirror them yourself.

x or y or z. The part has no mirror symmetry so it does not matter which axis.

I have one question, for those of us who have larger printers with a build volume of at least 20by20by20, and our printers have dual extrusion, would it be possible for us to print this whole thing in one piece using HIPS and and one other filament. If so could you post the file with the whole thing. This would be an incredible print and it would probably make this featured.

Definitely not. Theres not nearly enough room between pieces, and the support wouldnt dissolve deep in the mechanism of the puzzle

that's a bad idea, even if your printer has really high resolution the pieces will still fuse together

can you provide some instructions?

hi.Your file is complete? Every part of it? I do not have to worry about printing ?

This is an awesome design! You should report it to the Guinness Book of World Records! it blows away the previous record of 17x17! in the meantime... I will have to try for a 25x25 (I prefer odd cubes). you should try to scramble and solve it! Im definitely going to try when I get my printer!

Thank you and good luck on the 25x25. Have you made a big cube befor?

This cube is a problem in performance ?
Your file number is complete?
Ready to print it?

Congratulations your video is on the awesomer website, amazing job and well done on the design and built.

I hope the mods decide to feature this. This is the most insane/complex mechanical project I've ever seen 3D printed.

Wow! I was hoping this would end up on Thingiverse. Will you be adding this to the Thingiverse Puzzle-Makers Group?

WOW! Impressive! Are there assembly instructions? And solutions on how to solve it once someone plays with it? That could be another 8 month project.

Most importantly, does it work better than this? Is there a video?


This is that cube! Im not sure if the uploader is the same guy but he did get it assembled yesterday.

Wait, are you the one who designed it or was this leaked?

I was the one who designed it.

Awesome! For you, how long did it take to print, and how did you know how to assemble it?

congratulation you are the new world record holder nice job

Congrats man! And now you hold the world record, right?