I know it is not practical to 3D print a cube especially that it requires a lot of work. While a basic speedcube nowadays costs only around $2.
But when I unboxed the Weilong WRM 2020 and found out that it has extra core and spring, I decided to give this a try.
I used Creality...
how about like dayan pieces?
edge pieces would be instead of two pieces, will be four pieces. On which the third and fourth pieces will be the colored face.
and the corner piece would be a six-piece piece.
do they really need to buy dayan's company?
they can simply copy dayan's design because they are not patented. (are they patented? I'm not sure)
but if they copy dayan's design, they will have bad impression from the public.
and I'm contradicting myself. :D