Difference between revisions of "17x17x17 Cube"

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== The largest cube ? ==
 
== The largest cube ? ==
  
As of 14 January 2016, the largest order cube is a [[22x22x22 cube]] made by YouTube user corenpuzzle.
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As of 14 January 2016, the largest order [[big cube]] is a [[22x22x22 cube]] made by YouTube user corenpuzzle.
  
 
Prior to this, the largest order magic cube was 17x17x17 cubes large and consists of 1,539 parts. It's called "Over The Top" and was created by Oskar van Deventer (Netherlands) and was presented at the New York Puzzle Party Symposium in New York, USA, on 12 February 2011. Record was accepted by Guinness World Records. It is the largest cube available to the public, if at a high price. On 4 March 2017, [[YuXin]] announced a commercially available 17x17 cube via Facebook.
 
Prior to this, the largest order magic cube was 17x17x17 cubes large and consists of 1,539 parts. It's called "Over The Top" and was created by Oskar van Deventer (Netherlands) and was presented at the New York Puzzle Party Symposium in New York, USA, on 12 February 2011. Record was accepted by Guinness World Records. It is the largest cube available to the public, if at a high price. On 4 March 2017, [[YuXin]] announced a commercially available 17x17 cube via Facebook.

Revision as of 19:53, 18 March 2017

17x17x17 Cube
17x17x17.jpg
17x17x17 Cube into a solved position
Alternative names: 17x17x17, 17x17
Shape: Cube
Internal Mechanism: 17x17x17
Inventor: [[]]
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The 17x17x17 cube (normally referred to as the 17x17x17 or 17x17) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut 16 times along each of three axes.

The largest cube ?

As of 14 January 2016, the largest order big cube is a 22x22x22 cube made by YouTube user corenpuzzle.

Prior to this, the largest order magic cube was 17x17x17 cubes large and consists of 1,539 parts. It's called "Over The Top" and was created by Oskar van Deventer (Netherlands) and was presented at the New York Puzzle Party Symposium in New York, USA, on 12 February 2011. Record was accepted by Guinness World Records. It is the largest cube available to the public, if at a high price. On 4 March 2017, YuXin announced a commercially available 17x17 cube via Facebook.