How to finish solving Hexagonal Dipyramid

DaijoCube

Member
Hi, I have finally decided to finish modding my 4x4x4 into a hexagonal dipyramid.

Iscrambled it, and managed to get near the total solve all by myself but I have this situation I can't solve

Anybody has a solution?

James Ludlow

Use Nikklas to swap a centre piece with adjacent side, then swap it back into the correct place. Repeat untill solved. I think this should work

DaijoCube

Member
I googled it and I have no idea what you are talking about.

emolover

Member
It is a lot like solving a supercube 4x4. Look up the edges first method, it will help.

James Ludlow

I googled it and I have no idea what you are talking about.
Nikklas - like for centres on 6x6 or 7x7 - r' U' l U r U' l'

Use it to swap with a centre piece on another side, then use the sam alg with a setup move, to bring the original piece back into place. I know what I'm trying to say, just struggling to convey it.

DaijoCube

Member
I still don't get it.

Is it a parity?

DaijoCube

Member
Nikklas - like for centres on 6x6 or 7x7 - r' U' l U r U' l'

Use it to swap with a centre piece on another side, then use the sam alg with a setup move, to bring the original piece back into place. I know what I'm trying to say, just struggling to convey it.
Tried this alg and I don't get what it does. Do you have a link? Can't find anything of what you are saying on Google. You see, I haven't been around the speedcuber community for years now, I'm not at ease with the names you use.

Could you explain in greater details?

thks

DaijoCube

Member
AHHHHHH! I thought lower case R meant 3 layers at a time! This is the center commutator algorithm! Why haven't I thought of this -_-

Thanks!

DaijoCube

Member
I finished it messing around with commutators, thanks!

[r2:[r'B'r,f2]]

ChromaTech

Member
[r2:[r'B'r,f2]]
What is it ? The Alg to inverse the center ?
And who can help me I don’t understand ur explications sorry :/