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 Post subject: EDIT: Witeden 3x3x6 to Proportional 3x3x6?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 2:27 am 
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Is it possible to modify a C4U 3x3x6 to a proportional one? If possible, can anyone teach me? :D Thanks. :solved:

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 Post subject: Re: C4U 3x3x6 to Proportional 3x3x6?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 3:35 am 
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I don't know this method. It might be possible, but I haven't tried it yet.
But if you simply want a proportional 3x3x6, then I can tell you another method you can use.
It involves a Witeden Super 3x3x3 and a C4U 3x3x4.
You add the "Super" mech onto the 3x3x4, and add cubies to those circles.
I hope that makes sense :)

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 Post subject: Re: C4U 3x3x6 to Proportional 3x3x6?
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HeX wrote:
Is it possible to modify a C4U 3x3x6 to a proportional one? If possible, can anyone teach me? :D Thanks. :solved:
I have never seen a C4U 3x3x6 (rumors only some time ago). Do you mean the Witeden 3x3x6?
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 Post subject: Re: EDIT: Witeden 3x3x6 to Proportional 3x3x6?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 11:20 pm 
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Konrad wrote:
HeX wrote:
Is it possible to modify a C4U 3x3x6 to a proportional one? If possible, can anyone teach me? :D Thanks. :solved:
I have never seen a C4U 3x3x6 (rumors only some time ago). Do you mean the Witeden 3x3x6?
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The one who is selling me made a mistake, it wasn't a C4U, it was a witeden. Would a Cut and Paste method work in this?

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 Post subject: Re: C4U 3x3x6 to Proportional 3x3x6?
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Sigurd wrote:
I don't know this method. It might be possible, but I haven't tried it yet.
But if you simply want a proportional 3x3x6, then I can tell you another method you can use.
It involves a Witeden Super 3x3x3 and a C4U 3x3x4.
You add the "Super" mech onto the 3x3x4, and add cubies to those circles.
I hope that makes sense :)


That is genius! I'm definitely going to have to attempt this.

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 Post subject: Re: C4U 3x3x6 to Proportional 3x3x6?
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 11:38 pm 
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Sigurd wrote:
I don't know this method. It might be possible, but I haven't tried it yet.
But if you simply want a proportional 3x3x6, then I can tell you another method you can use.
It involves a Witeden Super 3x3x3 and a C4U 3x3x4.
You add the "Super" mech onto the 3x3x4, and add cubies to those circles.
I hope that makes sense :)


That would cost me more money. :lol:

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