6x6x4 Cuboid

by crazybadcuber
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    White nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

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The 6x6x4 Cuboid is a particularly interesting puzzle due to the parities it can have during the solve. There are more types of parity on this puzzle than any other I've solved before. Combine the parity aspect of this puzzle with the intense shapeshifting of it and you've got yourself quite a challenge.

This puzzle is relatively straight forward to assemble. If you have any experience assembling a V Cube 6 or Shengshou 6 this will be a breeze. If asked enough, I will make an assembly tutorial. Addition to this DIY kit from shapeways you will need screws and springs. Washers are not necessary as the center pieces never turn so neither do the springs. I recommend buying a set of dayan 3x3 hardware for the springs, link to these are at the bottom of the page. Or you can sacrifice a current puzzle and take them from that. For screws, this puzzle requires 6 screws at 3m X 20mm. Any less than 20mm in length is not recommended. A picture of the screws I use are in the pictures menu.

If you would like a fully assembled, dyed, broken in and stickered puzzle, I can provide this at an additional cost, please email crazybadcuber@gmail.com for inquires to this service.

This puzzle was a collaborative effort by myself and Jeremy Isenburg. Jeremy did a fantastic job of bringing this puzzle to life after I hired him to do so. After having many shapeways puzzles myself, this puzzle is one of the smoothest turning and stable shapeways puzzle I've ever turned. Truly amazing.

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IN: 3.241 w x 4.724 d x 4.724 h
CM: 8.232 w x 12 d x 12 h


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@youryeekbubby I am no longer offering assembly services.
February 4, 2014, 6:00 am
@crazybadcuber how much is this fully assembled stickered and dyed?
February 4, 2014, 5:59 am
Hey i was wondering when i was looking at this cuboid what would be a good cuboid to start with and what would be a good shape shifting cube to start with? I was also wondering if you would be willing to sell me one of your 3x3 dayan cubes or any other 3x3 cube and if so how much would it cost? @crazybadcuber
December 18, 2013, 10:15 pm


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