Largest 3D Printed Rubik's Cube: 3D Designer breaks Guinness World Records record

Largest 3D Printed Rubik’s Cube: 3D Designer breaks Guinness World Records record

Oslo, Norway – January 20, 2016 – A 3D designer named ‘corenpuzzle’ has documented his successful effort to design and 3D print a 22 x 22 Rubik’s Cube; it took him eight months to complete the Cube, which has an edge-length of 200 mm and 2,691 functioning parts, thus setting the new world record for the Largest 3D Printed Rubik’s Cube.

Photo: Corenpuzzle’s Cube was 3D printed with a Prusa i3 3D printer — a “low end consumer 3D printer.” It took him eight months to complete the Cube, which has an edge-length of 200 mm and 2,691 functioning parts.

The Guinness World Records world record for the most people solving Rubik’s cubes simultaneously is 3,248 and was achieved by the College of Engineering Pune at the College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India, on 4 November 2012.

Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the largest Rubik’s Cube mosaic; it measures 277.18 m² (2,983.54 ft²) and was created by Josh Chalom (USA) and unveiled at One Central Macau, China on 7 December 2012.

After two fully-assembled puzzles fell apart on him, resulting in all of those pieces in one big pile, corenpuzzle was finally able to design a puzzle core strong enough to withstand any twisting motions.

Corenpuzzle’s Cube was 3D printed with a Prusa i3 3D printer — a “low end consumer 3D printer.”

It took him eight months to complete the Cube, which has an edge-length of 200 mm and 2,691 functioning parts.


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