I actually have done this a few times (only a little bit on my main cube, but more on my tighter store-bought, my keychain cube, etc.), and it works nicely. I made a "cube adapter" out of Lego technic pieces.
And to keep anything from melting (yeah, I had one of the cubes completely lock up one...
Now, I know there are other home-made timers out there, but most of them use buttons from game controllers and such. Mine's not like that, as it acts exactly like a stackmat timer does (not exactly in the way it works, but in how it feels/how you use it)...
Hey there. I know I don't post much (read: ever) but I thought I'd reply to this one.
I'd do something like D' R2 D R2 (cycle*) R2 D' R2 D
* Try it slowly and follow the corners while setting them up, you can see where they go and which cycle to do.
Hey, you're better than me... ;)
3x3x3 single: 56.11 (I think I had a 54 or so before... w/e)
3x3x3 Average: 65.56
3x3x3 One-handed: 202.58
2*3x3x3, one in each hand: 9:19.xx (Can't believe I even tried this.. :P)
Hey, thanks for the replies.
Richard: yes, it is a very new cube, and I as I said whenever I add more lube, it seems to stick more, well, after a while it does go away more. And using it last night I noticed that 1. either I'm getting very used to it, or 2. it's getting a lot better. (I think...
Hey all. I figured I'd stop bothering you guys in the IRC channel about this and just bother you here. ;)
(BTW, I don't know if this post belongs here, or if it should go in speedcubing, or what)
This is my plight: I got my new cube, it's a DIY cube from rubikshop.com, and it's pretty nice. I...