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Cubic 2x2x16

by NKCubed Nov 29, 2017
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Dear god...


I printed one out. It turned out disgusting. The whole dangles, while spinning it tries to fall apart. I did not like.

Do you know how much I should scale it by to use my MoYu Lingpo as a core?

it's meant for a 24mm cube, but if you scale it up too much it'll get loose.

Do you think it's possible to 3d print the core?

imho it's too small and brittle to 3D print, maybe with SLS but not with FDM

Where can you get the core for this?Can you use any 2x2 core?

look at my comment on kam800's comment

How did you get stickers for this?

you can commission them from here:

Note: he won't have them for sale but if you contact him he'll make them for you.

This is so revolutionary! Which side do you print the pieces on?

I print the first two pieces vertically and the last piece as is

In wich orientation did you print these ?
Like in the rendering pictures ?
Did you use supports?

print part 1 and 2 on their side. Print part 3 as is. I used supports on part 1 and 3. Hope that helps!

Looks absolutely amazing, saw it on the twisty puzzle forum a few days ago. I need to order a box of the mini 2x2s!

Ordering that box of mini 2x2's was the best choice I ever made :D

where did you get them?

link in the description. Also, look where this guy bought his:

2x2 Newton Barrel

I love the mechanism on this thing. Not only is that wavy look awesome, it looks like it's very smooth!

Yea, I really like it too. The only problem is some of the pieces can fall out if you turn the puzzle 45 degrees.

wow! i print this with receive my mini cubes! thanks! the turn is good?

you can see in the video. It's not that good, but it's functional and you can solve it.

This must have been a nightmare to sticker :D

yup! I actually did it corner by corner so It wouldn't be so monotonous.