Rubik Cube Speed Solve Animation

Rubik Cube Speed Solve Animation Low-poly 3D model

Verification details of the FBX file
FBX file format
Supported object types
No N-gonsManifold geometryNo faceted geometry
Textures and Materials
Missing required texturesPower of 2 texture sizesNo embed texturesAssigned materialsTexture aspect ratio
UV unwrapped modelNo overlapped UVs per UV island
Allowed characters

Animated Rubik's cube 3D model.


  • Model dimensions: LWH 5,7 x 5,7 x 5,7 cm (2.2 x 2.2 x 2.2 in).
  • Objects count - 27 polygonal mesh objects and 3 rig objects (non renderable splines).
  • Polycount:
  • Polys - 19 086
  • Verts - 19 596


  • Materials are prepared for Corona, V-Ray and Scanline renderers.
  • Scanline and FBX has only basic materials and will NOT render the same as in preview images.
  • OBJ file has no materials, but has UVW coordinates intact.


  • Format - PNG
  • Count - 2
  • Resolution - 2048 px
  • Maps - Diffuse colour and Glossiness
  • Textures are collected into one archive and are delivered in separate file.


  • Model is scaled to accurate real world dimensions.
  • Objects, materials and textures has meaningful and matching names.
  • Transformations has been reset and model is placed at scene origin [0, 0, 0 XYZ].
  • All texture paths are set to relative.


  • The model in 3ds Max scene is rigged through hierarchy linking and animated with link constraint to avoid gimbal lock.
  • The model in FBX file is animated. Animation is tested in 3ds Max and Blender 2.81
  • The model in OBJ file is NOT animated.
  • There is 3 different animations available (in separate files):
    1. animation from solved to scrambled state - 485 frames, ~16s @30fps (Rubic Cube Animated SCR_XXX.max)
    2. animation from scrambled to solved state - 710 frames, ~24s @30fps (Rubic Cube Animated WR_XXX.max)
    3. animation from scrambled to solved state - 104 frames, 3,47s @30fps (Rubic Cube Animated WRRT_XXX.max)
  • Moves for scrambled to solved animation was taken from standing world record speed solve, set in November 2018 by Yusheng Du. He did it in astonishing 3,47 s!


  • 3ds Max - Corona
  • 3ds Max - Scanline
  • 3ds Max - Vray
  • FBX
  • OBJ


  • Modeled in 3ds max.
  • Preview images are rendered with Corona renderer.
  • Images are straight from rendering app. No post processing were applied.
  • Render scenes are not included.


Please contact me if you have questions or need assistance with the models.

Mineral3D 2020-06-09 23:39:39 UTC
I never solved it.... - Very nice one! :D
LemonadeCG 2020-06-10 08:02:35 UTC
You should give it a try and learn how to solve a cube - it's quite fun :]
Mineral3D 2020-06-10 10:35:00 UTC
He he, I was 6 or 7 last time I touched one... Yes should give a go again. :)
Mineral3D 2020-06-10 10:35:51 UTC
I know all folks were crazy for them at that time.
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Rubik Cube Speed Solve Animation
Royalty Free No Ai License 
Rubik Cube Speed Solve Animation
Royalty Free No Ai License 
Response 100% in 0.3h
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Autodesk 3ds Max (.max) (3 files)14.1 MBVersion: 2013Renderer: V-Ray 3.6Version: 2013Renderer: Default (Scanline) 2013Version: 2013Renderer: Corona 6.0
  • Textures PNG1.67 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)832 KB
  • Autodesk FBX 2013 (.fbx)5.29 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2020-02-04
  • Model ID#2251870
  • Animated approved
  • Rigged approved
  • VR / AR / Low-poly approved
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 19,086
  • Vertices 19,596
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Mixed
  • Plugins used
  • Ready for 3D Printing