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# Funcubing Robot Cube Case Gallery

This is a small gallery of my experiments, how one could connect four of the Robot Cube Cases. Click on an image to see it in full size as shown on Instagram, but in original image quality.

Sitting   ·   Standing   ·   Standing (2)   ·   Pyramid   ·   Robo Tower   ·   Rob'n'Roll   ·   acRobots   ·   Equilibristics   ·   Equilibristics (2)

## Sitting Robots Stack

This is the most simple way of stacking four Robot Cube Cases.

 Sitting Robots

## Standing Robots Stack

The Standing Robots Stack is a bit tricky to build. Can you spot the small detail that helps to keep the stack in balance?

Warning: Be careful during stacking. The tower can trip easily, and the clear covers can get scratched, or might even break.

 Standing Robots

## Standing Robots Stack, Version 2

With the Standing Robots facing in alternating directions, things get complicated. If all Robots are facing the same direction, you just have to lean the tower backwads. But with alternating directions, you have to keep each leg joint in backwards position. This is the opposite direction as for the ones directly above and below.

Warning: Be careful during stacking. The tower can trip easily, and the clear covers can get scratched, or might even break.

 Standing Robots, Version 2

## Robots Pyramid

A very intuitive way of stacking would be to build a simple pyramid. Two of the Robot Cases next to each other do not allow to stack a third one across these two.

However, if you stagger them in depth, you can use one stud per foot to build such a pyramid.

 Robots Pyramid

## Robo Tower

This is a way how to build a more solid tower. I only have these four, but I'm confident that this pattern can be repeated.

 Robo Tower

## Rob'n'Roll

Four Robots can be connected to a closed loop - Rob'n'Roll!

 Rob'n'Roll

## Acrobatic Robots

This is a mixed setup. The feet-to-feet obviously do not connect to each other, but I consider this a valid arrangement. If that Robot would connect standing on his head, the whole setup would simply be an open loop of four.

 Acrobatic Robots

## Partner Equilibristics

There are not many positions, where you can make use of the hands. With the arms raised up, the hands do not reach above the head.

 Partner Equilibristics

 Partner Equilibristics, Lower Angle

## More Equilibristics

This is a second position, where you can make use of the hands. It's not possible to keep the balance in one-on-one, so two pais of acRobots perform this as a group.

 Partner Equilibristics

 Partner Equilibristics, Lower Angle

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