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Rubik's Cube Solver [Project]
posted June 27 2014 13:00.51 by spic0m




If you ever wondered how you can combine popsicle sticks, plywood, hot glue, paper towel roll(!) and an Arduino along with some Python coding well here's your answer, all the above are used to make a Rubik's cube solver on the cheap.
Read the instructable to see how all those materials make a rather slow (20 min) but fully functional "tilting" solver.


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