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[Help Thread] Bandaged Cube Discussion

chinesed00d

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So, I was making a bandaged cube and as I left my room to get stickers, I saw my brother scrambling it... so now I have a messed up bandaged cube without stickers and don't know how to get it back to the original shape!
Any Advice?
 

maggot

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to disassemble you only have to find one edge to pop out (not a corner) and you can achieve this by turning any face that you can to 45degrees and then pry under the edge until it pops out. sometime with rubik storebought you might have to use butter knife or something of this nature. also, if you ask on the twistypuzzle.com forum, you might get a quicker answer because it is a puzzle modification. not that we cant answer here, but it is some advice^^;
 

chinesed00d

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to disassemble you only have to find one edge to pop out (not a corner) and you can achieve this by turning any face that you can to 45degrees and then pry under the edge until it pops out. sometime with rubik storebought you might have to use butter knife or something of this nature. also, if you ask on the twistypuzzle.com forum, you might get a quicker answer because it is a puzzle modification. not that we cant answer here, but it is some advice^^;
I'm not THAT noob, I know HOW to pop an edge, but it is glued to a corner.. how do get both out without breaking it?
 

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Are all the cubies glued to another? If not, take out the ones that are not glued first. It might make it easier to take th glued ones after.
 

chinesed00d

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Haha, you just glued random pieces together?

I suggest just stickering it like this, this position is now solved :D Have fun.
LOL no, it looked like an official bandaged cube, all the peices are glued together correctly, but no peice is glued to the core.. i glued them from the outside by the way, I didn't disassemble it..

Thanks for the help everybody!
 

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Bandaged Cube help please

Are there any intuitive solution for bandaged cube? Does anybody know about commutators for that thing?

Ok, i dont use any of Jaap's algorithms. But sometimes i get "strange" case after f2l is already done. I solve it in my own, very unsatisfactory way. I wonder how do YOU solve this case?
 
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