Titan is a new type of Interlocking Solid Cube Puzzle. The goal of this puzzle is to assemble the 6 pieces into a cube, and also to disassemble it. This 4x4x4 cube breaks the current record for number of moves required before the first piece can be removed. More than 14 straight line moves are needed. How many more is for you to discover. This is a new type of interlocking cube puzzle that incorporates pegs and slots on the faces of the pieces. The slots form an ever-changing 3D maze for the pegs to travel through as the pieces are moved. Are you up for the challenge of Titan? It is new for Dec. 2017 and no one has solved it yet – you could be the first. Use the "SEND MESSAGE" button further down on this page to contact me if you solve it, and I will post the names of the world’s first people to solve Titan here on this page.
: Before trying to assemble the puzzle it will need a little cleaning. There is often some caked on powder that is left on the parts after it is 3D-Printed. An example of this is shown in the picture above with the Red Text. The best way to remove this caked on powder is to use one of the other parts as a scrubber. Rub this parts back and forth over the area on the other part with the caked on powder. This will easily remove it. DO NOT use sandpaper or other abbrasives - they can discolor the parts. You should also clean up any powder that may be along the inside edges - as shown in this same picture, and on the surface of parts. You may not see this, but there is often some there that can make the parts not easy to slide. You smooth these areas by sliding another part back and forth against these areas . This will make the faces of the parts smoother, so the parts will slide easily.
The width of the assembled cube is 3cm for this version (about 1-1/4inches).
Congratulations to Sean Leppert, the first person to solve Titan. Here is the video