WORLD RECORD 33x33x33 RUBIK’s CUBE !!!!!

WORLD RECORD 33x33x33 RUBIK’s CUBE !!!!!

[Intro] Hey YouTube, my name is Greg, and I’m a French Mechanical Engineer and Twisty Puzzle Designer. For those who don’t know what that is, You probably already know the world famous Rubik’s Cube. Well, I design puzzles that are similar, but completely different. So I’ve designed some simple ones, Some complex ones, Some… even more complex, Some that are just interesting, And some that are pretty! Plus I got some tutorials and solving videos on my channel and other stuff like that. So if you think that you might be interested in that, or if you’re a cuber, Please feel free to subscribe, it would mean the world to me. So now, let’s move on to what you all came here to see… So before I start, I want to thank 3D Print Fabriek for sponsoring me for this project. They’re a 3D printing supplier based in the Netherlands that I’ve been using for a while, And honestly, I think they have some of the highest quality service I’ve ever seen in a 3D printing company. Plus they ship really fast, and they’re very, very efficient. So I’ve put a link in the description below. If you’re interested in 3D printing, please check them out. Now, just to give you an idea of the size of the puzzle that you’re about to see, If you wanted to stack regular Rubik’s Cubes to make a 33x33x33, You would need 1,661 Rubik’s Cubes. So without further ado, here it is, the World Record 33x33x33 Rubik’s Cube. [Upbeat music] In order to prove that it’s fully functional, I have to do a checkerboard pattern, In other words, turn every layer 180 degrees to reveal a pretty cool pattern and prove that it works. Now while I do this checkerboard pattern, I wanna give you a few facts about this puzzle. Each layer is 4.1 millimeters thick, which is very thin. Plus there’s a total of 6,153 parts, all 3D printed, And 6,534 stickers, and that took me 205 hours to make.
(Around 8 and a half days.) Now just to give you an idea of the complexity of that puzzle, The regular Rubik’s Cube has 43 times 10 to the power of 18 possible combinations. This one has, 1.159 times 10 to the power of 4,094 possible combinations, which is absolutely excessive! As you can see, the checkerboard pattern is feasible, Which means that this is officially the World Record for the largest and highest order Rubik’s Cube ever made.
(Highest order=Most layers) Now before I go, I want to make a final announcement: All my puzzle will soon be for sale at Olivér’s Sticker Shop. Which is really good news considering a lot of people have been asking me to make my puzzles available for purchase. Alright, well thanks for watching this video, If you wanna see more from me, feel free to like my Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter, And subscribe to my YouTube channel. And I hope you enjoyed this video, I’ll see you next week with some more awesome content.

Daniel Ostrander

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