This is what I did: Pull out the edge caps, then try to pull out the edge base pieces one at a time. (I think it's possible to remove a whole edge piece directly without removing the caps first, but for the first few edge pieces, it's easier to remove the caps first.) Once the three edges surrounding a corner have been taken out, you can remove the corner caps, which exposes the screws.Where to start disassembling this thing? And can I find screws somewhere: is tensioning possible? Any tips?
Depth Positions Total 0 1 1 1 16 17 2 160 177 3 1,408 1,585 4 11,808 13,393 5 95,712 109,105 6 754,732 863,837 7 5,793,810 6,657,647 8 43,183,952 49,841,599 9 310,137,312 359,978,911 10 2,115,556,475 2,475,535,386 11 13,329,858,542 15,805,393,928 12 72,848,819,814 88,654,213,742 13 298,247,080,974 386,901,294,716 14 671,767,938,009 1,058,669,232,725 15 473,215,625,205 1,531,884,857,930 16 39,395,024,521 1,571,279,882,451 17 84,824,763 1,571,364,707,214 18 41,254 1,571,364,748,468 19 332 1,571,364,748,800
I definitely use table abuse, i think more than even most solvers. Like for me, the cube is never off the table.So I'm curious - is anyone fast with Redi Cube without table abuse? Or does everyone who's fast use table abuse to solve it?
I guess I'm old-school - it still feels like cheating to me to use the table. Even though I know that for several events (megaminx, OH) it has come to be almost guaranteed to be used by WR holders.
I just got one today and it feels like it's probably much faster to solve with table abuse than without?
I admit that somehow its being such an intuitive puzzle makes it kind of addicting, for a while, anyway.
yeah honestly the cube should never come off the table. watch fast solvers like Vladimir (Channel Link here) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE7VPr_kybQNSeje-isOr4AFrom my very limited playing with the puzzle, it seems like that might be the most efficient way to do it.
Wow, amazing to watch such good solves. Thank you for the links!yeah honestly the cube should never come off the table. watch fast solvers like Vladimir (Channel Link here) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCE7VPr_kybQNSeje-isOr4A
And Ian (Channel Link Here) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCu39ji0QxgwzuNMKurdupJQ
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