1. General Information

This 3D-printed Raspberry Pi-powered Rubik's Cube solving robot has everything any serious robot does -- arms, servos, gears, vision, artificial intelligence and a task to complete. If you want to introduce robotics to your kids or your students, this is the perfect machine for it.

This one-eyed four-armed giant stands 35cm (14") tall. 70 hours of print time and an entire spool of filament are needed to print it, not to mention over $200 worth of hardware, but once fully operational, it will surely wow your friends and neighbors. Scramble your Rubik's cube, place it in the robot's grippers, press a button, and then sit back and watch this amazingly smart and stunningly beautiful machine put it back together. Watch the video below!

This robot is fully 3D-printable. Other that the servos, servo horns, camera, electronics and a few dozen bolts and nuts, it has no traditionally manufactured parts. Absolutely no soldering or breadboarding is required.

2. Introduction Video

3. Licensing

This product is distributed under the following license:

Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial - No Derivatives

For educational and commercial licensing, please contact us.

4. Build Your Own

This robot is designed in such a way that literally anyone with access to a 3D printer, even children, can build an exact same one for themselves. Just print the parts, order the hardware, put everything together with the help of a small screwdriver, install the app on your Windows 10 PC or Raspberry PI, and you are done!

Students at Hanes Magnet School (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) assemble their own Rubik's Cube robots.

This web site is your user manual. The Hardware section contains a download link for the .STL files, hardware shopping list, and detailed and illustrated assembly and calibration instructions. The Software section provides the download links and installation instructions for the application that drives the robot, as well as the user manual and troubleshooting tips for the app.