Rubik's Custom Logo Sticker EASY!

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Introduction: Rubik's Custom Logo Sticker EASY!

This is a tutorial on how to create cheap fast and easy custom logos for your rubik's cube, It'll only work on Laser printers

Step 1: Things to Gather

►Laser Printer 
►Tape
►Rubik´s Cube
►Scissors
►X-acto Knife

Step 2: Printing

In this step I'll leave some templates down here so you can just edit them then print them :)
Pdf template
Ai template

Step 3: Time to Print!

Ok now that we just printed our logos we can cut some and tape them.
You can use The x-acto knife or the scissors

Step 4: Removing the Paper

Ok so here comes the tricky part.
Now you have to remove the paper from the tape so the printed logo stays in place
WARNING!
When you remove the paper you let it dry naturally because if you use your hand to rub it too much the ink will come off

Now when it's all dry you can place it on your cube and that's it :) have fun
 

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Did you use A4 coupon bonds or A4 size photo paper? Thank you so much

what size of bond paper?

Any, it really doesn't matter as long as it's a laser printer

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do i need to use a laser printer. I only have a regular printer

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I haven't tried with an inkjet printer, you might try but the thing about the lase printer is that the process the ink is printed it's different, hence it's easier to transfer to the tape

Get a vector editing software, corel draw or illustrator, or inkscape that its free

I have a Moyu Aolong V2. I do not know the size for the tiles and how you can make a pattern like on the template.

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I think it's the same size, for pattern I just copied and pasted it to create multiple logos

So in the pictures of your cube, it shows the actual paper over the sticker... Is that the completed project or is that before you run it under the water?

No, I have one but this one is a Panshi