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"Rubik's Cube" in Team Pride's "Object Shown at Actual Size"
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My entry for the 2010 Moc Athon in the category of "Object Shown at Actual Size". It's a Rubik's Cube!
About this creation
Entry for 2010 Moc Athon: Rubik's Cube
Category: "Object Shown at Actual Size"
Team: Team Pride


Another angle of the cube.


A nice straight on shot.


Yup. It can turn. (Although it is a lot more fragile than the actual one...)


A comparison shot of an actual Rubik's Cube. (Which by the way, I can actually do)


The internal structure of the Lego Cube.


A comparison photo of the internals.


Close up of the side pieces of the cube.


Comparison shot: NOTE: The pieces are tilted different ways, making it appear they are different sizes.


Close up of some of the corner pieces.


And finally a comparison of the corner pieces.

Thanks for looking!




Comments

 I like it 
  January 1, 2014
How well does it hold together?
 I like it 
  March 15, 2010
Very nice work! The internal workings are money!~H
 I like it 
  February 27, 2010
Hey, did I forget to rate this? It's a clear 3-pointer.
  February 22, 2010
If it had been in the game category, it probably would have earned you a higher score, but as it is I give it a three (3) in this one. Lee.
 I like it 
  February 21, 2010
Amazing, simply amazing !!!
 I like it 
  February 21, 2010
you know, before i quit the mocatalon i was going to make a rubixs cube, you proberlly did it better than me:) keep it up.
 I like it 
  February 20, 2010
It would have been more interesting if you had entered this in the game category. In the end, you chose something a little too simple, but you did do it well. 3 points.
 I made it 
  February 20, 2010
Quoting Sebeus I Nicely done, but...it doesn't actually work, does it ? I mean, even if it wasn't fragile, it doesn't really work right ? because that would really amaze me, anyway, great job
Ya it does actually work. I forgot to upload a picture of how the side pieces fit in so they are movable. Unfortunately, it is taken apart already because I needed the 1x1 bricks with the studs on all sides.
 I like it 
  February 20, 2010
Great. I love the internal workings.
  February 20, 2010
Awesome. My brother would love it and ask me to build one which is hard.
 I like it 
  February 20, 2010
Nicely done, but...it doesn't actually work, does it ? I mean, even if it wasn't fragile, it doesn't really work right ? because that would really amaze me, anyway, great job
 I like it 
  February 20, 2010
By the way, what did you use as the attacher piece for the middle pieces?
 I like it 
  February 20, 2010
At first I thought you'd just ripped this off of a thread I read on a LEGO forum, but I've never seen this particular internal structure used before. I've built several Rubik's Cubes in the past, but I think yours might be better. What's your record for solving a Cube? Good day
 I like it 
  February 19, 2010
Golly!
 
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