Lego/knex Bricks Soma or Puzzle Cube!

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Introduction: Lego/knex Bricks Soma or Puzzle Cube!

About: Hey! I am a designer of unique, wonderful, and complex Lego puzzle boxes with real storage compartments, and I have several unique K'nex gun concepts that I'm working on. I also play Kendama A LOT :)

a cool lego puzzle cube! i think it's the ONLY lego puzzle that has sections!
2,000 views! Thx everyone!

You can glue the pieces to make the puzzle permanent and more functional, but at the cost of sacrificing your bricks. (Suggested by RossTheGreat)

Step 1: Get Pieces.

6X2 bricks = 20

2X2 bricks = 5

Step 2: Make the Sections.


Build these parts. You have to make them perfect or it won't work!

Step 3: YAY! Put It Together! DO NOT LOOK AT THIS IF YOU WANT a CHALLENGE!


Now comes the hard part. ( I'm saying that because you may not look at this step. )

Step 4: Take It Apart.


Optional. Follow the pictures. WARNING! this step
is fun :P

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    Ok. Is it just me or did you mean 2 by 4 bricks 'cause in step 1, you wrote 2 by 6?

    Just a point, the word lego is the company name so you can't actually have multiple of it, plural or singular, it is still LEGO. Think of them like sheep or fish.

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    Sorry to bring up an old comment, but I think if you want to refer to an actual amount of lego you need to say "(three) pieces of lego"

    You are correct in that "legos" is wrong though. (I think)

    Thx :) And I know I used k'nex bricks. They work better for this I think.

    bro, read the beginning of the instructable, he clearly states that they are k'nex bricks not lego bricks... learn to read. kthxby

    THANK YOU! and i'm sorry you don't have any legos.

    This is a GREAT 'ible! Wish I had some Legos!