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3D Printed 22x22x22 Rubik’s Cube: A Headache Cubed

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YouTuber, Rubik’s Cube enthusiast and masochist corenpuzzler designed and 3D printed what he claims is the world’s highest order Rubik’s Cube, one with 484 cubelets on each face.

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Corenpuzzler said it he printed it on a Prusa i3 over the span of 8 months. It then took him several tries before he could completely put all of its 2,691 parts together into working order. The massive puzzle turns stiffly and looks like it could break apart again at any moment, but for corenpuzzler it’s a testament to how far consumer 3D printing has come. He’s crazy, but he’s also got a point.

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Here’s a glimpse at corenpuzzler’s tortured existence for the past year:

If you think you can handle that, download the cube’s 3D files on corenpuzzler’s Thingiverse page.

[via Reddit]



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