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Wiki: List of Cube-Solving Robots

FatBoyXPC

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Well, there are two reasons for that. The primary one being that usually in a situation like this, I'm given a good answer of "why" the information was displayed why it was. I guess I'm just used to missing information in other places, or just not having seen it at all. The other reason was because I haven't yet made an account (yes yes, this is just a form of laziness :p)

I do appreciate this wiki page though, I enjoy looking at the various cube robots, and this is a nice centralized place to find more of them :D:D
 

Kirjava

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I *think* that the ARM robots are the only ones that don't use Kociemba. However, they use something extremely similar.
 

freshcuber.de

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Please add the following cube robot to the wiki list. I am not allowed to edit:
https://freshcuber.de/jaeger-des-verlorenen-schatzes/

1986/1987, Würfelmaschine by Felix Scharstein and Daniel Scharstein.

Until yesterday there was only very little information on scharstein.de but today I made the above article about this Würfelmaschine (Cube machine).

I worked from 1987 on at the University of Cologne where that machine was built.
 
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pjk

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Please add the following cube robot to the wiki list. I am not allowed to edit:
https://freshcuber.de/jaeger-des-verlorenen-schatzes/

1986/1987, Würfelmaschine by Felix Scharstein and Daniel Scharstein.

Until yesterday there was only very little information on scharstein.de but today I made the above article about this Würfelmaschine (Cube machine).

I worked from 1987 on at the University of Cologne where that machine was built.
What issues are you having editing? If you don't have an account, you'll need to create one at the wiki first.
 
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