3-Cubes?

3-Cubes?
Posted by Jon Friestedt at 2016-10-15 13:11:00

What is the weight in oz. for each metal weight inserted inside the bottom of the cubes. 

2-weights in each cube. 

Weight per cube?

Are the holes in the top the cube corners intended to fill the cubes with water?

The cube becomes very, very heavy!

Jon Friestedt

Boy Scout Team Sea Orbiters

Re: 3-Cubes?
Posted by Brian Zawodniak at 2016-12-01 11:44:01

Jon,

I removed the bolt ballast from my three cubes and my stock class ROVs can more them onto the puzzle platform.  I am hoping the powers that be make this standard issue now.  I believe the heavier cubes are used for the advanced SeaPerch competitions...

The holes allow water in and add to the weight issue.  But water would get in anyway as they are not water tight.

~Brian

Jon Friestedt wrote on 2016-10-15 13:11:00:

What is the weight in oz. for each metal weight inserted inside the bottom of the cubes. 

2-weights in each cube. 

Weight per cube?

Are the holes in the top the cube corners intended to fill the cubes with water?

The cube becomes very, very heavy!

Jon Friestedt

Boy Scout Team Sea Orbiters



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