Greg's UWR 33x33x33 Rubik's Cube

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  1. Not only very cool, but also looks like it turns quite well. Bravo.
     
  2. James Hake

    James Hake Member

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    my joke exactly
     
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  3. Ronxu

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    It's clearly a joke, very unfunny and unoriginal, but still a joke.
     
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  4. greentgoatgal

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    Wow. Imagine if that thing pops :confused:
     
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  5. JustinTimeCuber

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    who would win?

    - months of careful design and assembly

    - one L O C K Y boi
     
  6. Max Cruz

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  7. Tony Fisher

    Tony Fisher Member

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    Kevin Hayes took 3:12hrs to solve a factory made 17x17x17 and Kenneth Brandon took 7.5hrs to solve a 3D printed one. I am sure someone here could make an estimation for Greg's 33x33 and also a factory made version.
     
  8. Ronxu

    Ronxu Member

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    not again
     
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  9. The 9x9 UWR is 427 seconds and Kevin took 11520 seconds for a 17*17 which is about 27* longer so 11520* 27* 27 = 8398080 which is equal to about 97.2 days, yes SOMEONE COULD SOLVE A 33*33*33 IN UNDER 100 DAYS
     
  10. teboecubes

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    A couple years ago tony fisher made a fake 28x28. Today not even that would be world record
     
  11. TipsterTrickster

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  12. It says they break in the puzzle before they send it out, you mean solve it in 97.2 days as i estimate it would take Kevin that long.
     
  13. Tony Fisher

    Tony Fisher Member

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    That would be non stop.
     
  14. FireCuber

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  15. greentgoatgal

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    I bet they put it in a checkerboard pattern and then solve it. Each slice gets 2 turns. :p
     
  16. Ordway Persyn

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    My estimate (which I got from multiplying the 17x17 UWR by 16 Which is nearly the same ratio as 4x4-8x8 and 5x5-10x10 solves are) would be 48 HRS for a solve. 80 Hours may be more feasible if someone good at huge cubes (Mattia, Kevin, Max Xiong, etc) were to try a solve.
     
  17. Well... If it'll only take that long then Greg had better do a solve, I mean it's an automatic UWR and if you actually do a solve then I plan to set up an official board for 33x33x33 results and petition it to be an official event in the WCA (seriously though, why would it matter if no comp is ever going to hold it.
     
  18. whatshisbucket

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    My not that great estimates are giving around 114 hours (based on other odd layer big cube solves, although nothing is even close to the size of this one), but with a cube this difficult to turn that might be very low.
     

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