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This is my Rubik cube modification. According the information from Twisty Puzzles Museum this puzzle design is from Hidetoshi Takeji. You can read mo...
This is a very easy to make bandaged cube. I started with a standard good quality Rubik cube.
First I peel off all labels and clean cube surfaces with a paper towel and paint thinner.
According to puzzle design I applied labels made from masking tape onto the pieces that I will fix with glue.
After, I removed the center cap. You can remove this with a small craft knife. According to cube that you will use, this cap may be easy or difficult ...
In this step you can remove the screw with a small screwdriver and take out the pieces that you will fix together. You don't need to remove all pieces...
Now you can fix pieces with glue. I used a special glue for acrylic and hard plastics. That melt two pieces and fix them together. Brands can change a...
When your glue hardened, you can assemble your cube. And apply labels again. Now you can prepare your wooden tiles.
First prepare wooden sticks in same width with your cube labels. You can cut them with a small desktop table saw and round edges with a hand file or s...
Now cut your tiles from your sticks according to your cube dimensions. Finish your tiles with thinner and lacquer mixture, or you can use other finish...
In this last step you can fix your tiles on cube surfaces with glue. You can use two component epoxy glue for fixing wood to plastic. And your cube is...
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