Fixed it today,
Type - C blue Rubik's (including stickers, core, screws, washers and springs)
Cubesmith's vinyl stickers :D
Everything laid out!
Those are Cubesmith's stickers by the way.
Edge pieces in the top right,
Centre pieces + caps in the left,
Corner pieces + caps in the bottom.
Blue washers and the core.
Put all centre pieces in this sequence,
Screw the screw with the centre piece into the core.
(Couldn't take a clearer picture =.=)
Put them all,
... Ta dah!
Put in bottom edges,
Bottom corner pieces,
And the remaining edges!
Do not close the centre pieces yet!
You can always loosen / tighten the cube's tension to suit yourself,
Don't leave it too loose as it pops out easily.
When that's done,
Put on the stickers.
I used the stickers that came with the cube to replace those stickers on my Rubik's one.
Here comes ...
... the Rubik's camwhore session!
New DIY Cube!
Storebought Rubik's cube!
Comparison of storebought Rubik's and DIY Rubik's,
DIY is way lighter,
And easier to spin.
Rubik's is more sturdy,
I'm going to miss that sturdiness :(
(I don't like these pictures =.=)