## Step 8: Assemble the cube.

Next place the edges, and lastly the corners.

And that's it. Turn your cube and enjoy the fruits of your hard work.

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Start with the core and bring the centers into contact with it. Make sure to get the right sides in the right place. The sum of any face and it's opposite face should be 7, and if the 1 face is on top, and the 2 face is towards you, the 3 face should be to the right and 4 to the left.

Next place the edges, and lastly the corners.

And that's it. Turn your cube and enjoy the fruits of your hard work.

Next place the edges, and lastly the corners.

And that's it. Turn your cube and enjoy the fruits of your hard work.

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desmondtheredx3 years agoReply

it wont fully work, when you rotate to some patterns it will fall apart

Flying_MashedPotatoes 2 years agoReply

you obviously dont understand how it works.

calebman3 years agoReply

WOWWWW!!!!!!!!!! EXCELNT!!!!! MY RESPECTS!!!!!

eurofyter9663 years agoReply

Wow, that is awesome.

fastback5705 years agoReply

I am wondering if a 2 fluted end mill would work better esp. if the magnets are cylinder shaped. One thing I'd like to see is how do you figure out how to put the magnets so that pos+ lands to neg-. Do you start out with the positives all facing out from the center?

burzvingion (author) 5 years agoReply

I don't have a mill, so I can't really say if it would work better or worse, but I'm fairly certain it would work, at least somewhat. As far as the magnets, I think I covered the polarities pretty thoroughly in step 1.

krickerd 3 years agoReply

How about using a spade bit such as: http://www.mytgtools.com/product.php?item=WSJ008002 ? This way the hole would have straight edges clear to the bottom instead of tapered - perfect for cylindrical magnets.

henryblaze4 years agoReply

OK thanks this was WAY more clear than gfixler's tutorial.

philip_hollywood4 years agoReply

I REALLY DON'T GET IT !!!! HELP ME

Jraxo4 years agoReply

im fully gonna buy some magnets and dice !!!!

norge225 years agoReply

How many cubes did you make before you got it right.

monkeeeee0015 years agoReply

im wondering about the smoothness of the movements, it seems as though the magnets might restrict fluid movement and snap back to positions, so how well do the sides move?

sicesp5 years agoReply

There is a contradiction above. If the sum of a face and the opposite face = 7, then having 3 to the left means to the right you should have 4. Side 2 is toward you, then 5 will be away in the back and 6 on the bottom. See photos no. 4 and 5: side 3 is adjacent to side 5.

burzvingion (author) 5 years agoReply

Yep, you're right. I'm not sure what happened there. I must have been kinda out of it when I wrote that. Should be fixed now.

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