i think the general formula for positions on any cube is:
E!/2 * 2^(E-1) * C! * 3^(C-1) * M!
where C is no. of corners
E is no. of edges
and M is the number of center pieces
i think it is wrong because i don't think it encorporates parity or opposite outer edges being swapped on the same...
The title basicaly says it, i have tutorials on CFOP, ZB and big cubes, but i can't seem to find one for the square-1. I would just watch videos, but i don't always have an internet connection.
direct links would be much appreciated
i'm looking for a large cube i.e 10cm per side or bigger
i need it for school, i'm planning of putting some circuits with 4017 chips in, so when you solve the cube each side has 9 LED's flashing around it
the project is for GCSE electronics, but i'm not sure when we can start designing, so...
Tyrannous is right, puzl is a very good shop for cubes, and i got my order the day after it got shipped.
But they dont have a wide range of DIY's also if you do open a shop please have dian sheng cubes, they are great for mods and speed cubing and are very cheap
stickers would also be great