Step 2: step 2 make the frame

once you have all of your pieces cut out take four of them ans put them in a square. make sure that they are at 90 degree angles or the cube will not fit together right. once you have them in place solder the corners. repeat this step four times until you have all five layers together.
Next we need to take three rods for each layer and make the ribs.
take a ruler and a permanent marker to measure out 1 inch increments on two opposite sides of each square. these points are going to be where you solder the ribs to the square, again make sure that they are at a 90 degree angle. you'll also want to measure out one inch increments on each rib, you'll thank me later.
when you're done you should have five squares with three lines running through them.

it should look like this
<p>Do someone nows how to fix the code errors?</p>
<p>I don't know if you have your cube running yet, but you could probably use an older (or other) version of the arduino IDE. It might work, but I'm not sure about it.</p>
<p>I already tried an old version but it didnt worked, i think i will try an older one, thanks.</p>
<p>Yes, I think you have to use a really old one, like 1.0.5 :-). I wish you succes!</p>
<p>the code worked, =) but not all the LEDs turn on, they are not red or yellow but i think thats not the reason of the problem, i already checked the soldering work but it is all right does anyone knows hoe to fix it?</p>
<p>How do you power this?</p>
<p>Just using the 5v output pin on the arduino. You have to connect everything like you can see on the schematics</p>
I couldn't find 74HC238 decoder and could you plz help me whether i could use 74HCT238 instead of 74HC238
<p>Please send code to soraschultz@gmail.com</p><p>Thanks! </p>
<p>okumusemre19@gmail.com Please send code help</p>
Please send code on shashigupta323929@gmail.com.
<p>please send code to email : vuminhduc456@gmail.com Thankyou !!!</p>
<p>code has many compiling errors....please upload correct code</p>
<p>I have a problem. I use decoders 74HC238 and I'm not sure but think the problem is in my decoders. Can you tell me which decoders you use?</p>
<p>Same question here. I doubt the Arduino would allow for enough current for the 125 LEDs without burning.</p>
<p>Could you post some pictures of the Board and the connections?</p>
<p>Could you please take some pictures of the board</p>

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