I'm pretty sure that the technique could be used to do that, but this was a really hot topic back when stickerless cubes were illegal in comp, and so people developed a RIT dye method. I put the video here.
But yeah, it could be done with a black polymer and an altered boron treatment method...
The Hypercoat information can be found at https://hypercubelabs.net/hypercoats. We do coat the GTS3M, on the non-ridge version called the Weilong WR. I think my favorite is one of the GAN cubes, either the Boron GAN Air, the DayanCoated GAN X, or the HyperCoated GAN 354.
Coating a puzzle gives it the feel of the puzzle that the coating comes from, while still maintaining the mechanism of the puzzle being coated. And it does not wear off, because the coating plastic is chemically fused to the puzzle being coated. It wears down at the same rate a normal puzzle would.
So there's no possibility of that happening.
With our polymer coated cubes, what you have is essentially just normal cube plastic, but the feet have a very thin transplant of plastic from a different cube. Because ABS plastic, which is used in cubes, does not have any skin issues, neither do...
$29.99, plus shipping.
Surprisingly, I don't go through them that fast. I'm still on my second tiny piece, and I've been selling these since the fall.
We ship everywhere in the world (except maybe North Korea), but shipping prices change based on country. We are based in the US.
Hypercube Labs is a cubing company that produces coated cubes, including Old Plastic Dayan, Boron, and our signature HyperCoats. We coat cubes in small batches and specially customize them for the customer.
We were originally founded in January 2018 by Isaac Cheng (casi) and Jae Min Ahn...