Rubiks cube deconstructionby Freddie
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The corner pieces are made of different plastic parts the are interlocked and smelted together. The plastic is dyed and each corner piece has a different colour scheme.
Similar to the corner pieces, the edge pieces are made of multiple plastic parts however these can be separated and have small interlocking nobs.
The centre caps can be clipped on to the rest of the cube covering the internal spring mechanism.
The entire outer shell of the cube is made out of ABS plastic to give the cube a smoother texture when turning. It is also a cheap and easy material to make.
The inner spring mechanism is made out of springs and screws both steel to give the maximum strength.
The materials in this product can easily be separated and recycle into different groups (metal and plastic) and reused.
www.youtube.com I just wanted to try doing something like this. Enjoy! Let me know what you think.
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