1. What defines a "cuboid?"

2. Originally Posted by Michael Womack
What defines a "cuboid?"
"A cuboid is a box-shaped solid object. It has six flat sides and all angles are right angles."

So basically just like a cube shape.

3. WxLxH puzzle where minimum 2 of the layers are different orders (4 layers, 5 layers, 3 layers, etc).
So, 4x4x6 is (different layers, though 2 are the same), 4x5x19, 3x2x9, 3x3x9, etc

4. Originally Posted by Ickathu
WxLxH puzzle where minimum 2 of the layers are different orders (4 layers, 5 layers, 3 layers, etc).
So, 4x4x6 is (different layers, though 2 are the same), 4x5x19, 3x2x9, 3x3x9, etc
ok thanks. Also, would the witeden roadblock puzzle be considered a cuboid?

5. Originally Posted by Michael Womack
ok thanks. Also, would the witeden roadblock puzzle be considered a cuboid?
I'd say yes.

6. Originally Posted by Ickathu
I'd say yes.
Also an extended puzzle like a 3x4x5 made from a siamese cubes and an extended 3x3x5 like a not FF puzzle?

7. Probably. I think "cuboid" depends on the person. I think some people would say that if it is actually a cube (like the cubic 3x3x5 and 3x3x7) then it does not count, and others would count it. I'm gonna go with yes again though (for me, others will probably say otherwise)

8. Originally Posted by Ickathu
Probably. I think "cuboid" depends on the person. I think some people would say that if it is actually a cube (like the cubic 3x3x5 and 3x3x7) then it does not count, and others would count it. I'm gonna go with yes again though (for me, others will probably say otherwise)
Cool thanks that's all I needed to know.

9. Vcube kind of cordoned off a market with its patents and whatnot, so what's the deal with ko's that many speed cubebs still use (SS, Yj, yuxin) and why are we not allowed to discuss where to buy knock offs?

10. Originally Posted by storebought
Vcube kind of cordoned off a market with its patents and whatnot, so what's the deal with ko's that many speed cubebs still use (SS, Yj, yuxin) and why are we not allowed to discuss where to buy knock offs?
I think the general idea is: we're not pretending that KOs don't exist; we're just not promoting them on this forum

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