# The cubot (letsmakerobots.com)

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This robot is a great example of using simple materials to perform a complex task. I hope many teachers will look at this great example and show it to their students.

Can you please attach your code. I would love to build one of these for my son. He is 7 and likes to play with the Rubiks cube but he can never finish more than 1 side and I'm no better.

After reading that solution,you yourself will be able to solve that cube ,all by yourself. I've too learned from here. Hope it helps.

Well,I'm attaching the code,but I doubt if it will be of any help to you. It isn't much commented. Well,so that you can develope a faster machine,I am also uploading the original solution.

Your code is quite impressive. Although not commented I think I can follow it well enough. The hard part for me will be making the machine from LOZ parts for my son and calibrating it to work with your code.

I will post it when I get it working.

Very nice robot . I like to use simple materials also . You should consider building something for the Tic Tac Toe challenge .

http://letsmakerobots.com/node/35296

Thanks a lot rick. I will surely make something. Thanks for notifying me.

Amazing what you have done with a couple of servos and some cardboard. Very impressive machine!

Well done. Crappy materials forces you to use your brain to compensate. And so you did!

The way the gripper flips the cube over, clever!

Thanks for the details

I tried to resubmit this robot page with the video link in the porper field. Alas, it does not help. The video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUA07RYGih8 still does not show up as it should.

Sorry.

Well,time taken by it is too much,because I don't know any other algorothm of solving the cube rather than Layer by layer solving method,which itself is a tiresome process. Being my second robot,it isn't perfect. Any comments from all of you will be appreciated.