Puzzle Mod / Modding thread

Discussion in 'Puzzle Building, Modding, & Designing' started by MrIndianTeen, Apr 23, 2011.

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  1. Drad

    Drad Member

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    Im looking for a mod to do on a rubiks brand 3x3 just to experiment with modding any good videos any can link me to ?
     
  2. SnappyShark

    SnappyShark Member

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    YouTube:
    Shankar S
    Crazy bad cubers how to make a vcube great or something like that. I expect it to work on a Rubik's brand cube
     
  3. newtonbase

    newtonbase Premium Member

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    MK, UK
    WCA:
    2015ADAM03
    YouTube:
    newtonbase
  4. TheCoolMinxer

    TheCoolMinxer Member

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    I have a SS 4x4 and 5x5, both aren't in use anymore. Since there are summer holidays for me now, I have quite a lot of free time :) What mods can you recommend doing? I don't have a lot of experiences with modding, so which puzzles are easy and fun to make?

    Tools I have are: dremel, sandpaper, hacksaw, file, (spray paint?)
     
  5. JohnnyReggae

    JohnnyReggae Member

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    2x4x4 and 3x5x5



    Use the same concept as the video above to do the 2x4x4
     
  6. Sn0W1337

    Sn0W1337 Member

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    Feb 28, 2017
    Have anyone tryd to mod the mf3?
     

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