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 Post subject: Domino
PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2002 2:04 am 
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i just read the thing about converting a 3x3 into a domino. I'd like to give it a try. It wouldnt be great, but i'd like to see if it would work. What kinds of files and stuff do i need. Could a saw work in any part of it? also, what brand of cube can i get the center covers off. If anyone knows how to get the centers on an official cube, pleez tell me

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 Post subject: Building a Domino
PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2002 2:04 am 
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I used 1x Rubiks cube from 1980 oir you can use the blankcube from rubiks.com site. This comes with stikkers!

You need a iron saw

Superclue for the edge pices
nails (1mm x 2.5cm) for the axle
some Mulliputty (only needed for correction)
some putty
A precision dril (1mm)
Dremel Grinding Stone 8215 for the edge pieces
Dremel Grindig Stone 932
Sand paper (600 or 800)

So the cost of material is about $40

Ton






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