How to Magnetize a Weilong GTS 3x3 with Magnet Kit
I always wanted to try the feeling of magnetic cube, and finally decided to try to magnetize the cube by myself.
I bought two specifications of magnetic blocks, diameter 4mm, thickness 1.5mm and 1mm, plus two tubes of powerful 502 glue, and started to do it.
First of all, two small magics were changed, one with strong magnetic force (both edge and corner blocks are 1.5), and one with weak magnetic force (edge block 1, corner block 1.5). Because I was eager to try the feel, there was no photo of the process left. The first time the magnetic was added, a serious error occurred, the magnetic poles were disordered, they were dismantled, and they were dismantled and redone. The second one was just fine, no more errors.
Still keeping the old habit, I couldn't hear it at the beginning, and the next step was to change the usual weilong GTS. At the beginning, the edge block and the corner block were both 1.5, which felt a little weak, and a 1 was added to the edge block. It felt too strong and was removed.
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The third change was YueXiao. When there is no magnetism, it feels too slippery and difficult to control. At the beginning, the edge block and the corner block were both 1.5, which also felt weak. A 1 was added to the edge block. This time it felt good and became the main force.
The four third-order changes were very smooth, so I wanted to try a second order. It is the second order of a Rubik's cube classroom. The second order is a bit more troublesome than the third order. Each side requires two magnetic blocks (1.5), one for one and one for one. But fortunately, the transformation went smoothly.