24x24x24 magic cube

You can contruct a diagonal ór a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube, but a Nasik perfect (= pandiagonal and pantriagonal) 24x24x24 magic cube is also possible .

 

Use the Medjig method three dimensional (3D) to construct a diagonal or a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube.

 

Use a most perfect 4x4x4 magic cube (and its inverse) and a 4x4x4 'blown up' diagonal 6x6x6 magic cube to construct a diagonal 24x24x24 magic cube.

 

Use a diagonal 6x6x6 magic cube and a 4x4 magic square to construct a diagonal 24x24x24 magic cube and 1/4 pillars, 1/4 diagonals and 1/4 (main) triagonals give 1/4 of the magic sum.

 

Use a 24x24 magic square consisting of 4x 6x6 magic square to construct a diagonal 24x24x24 magic cube and 1/2 of the diagonals in each level and 1/4 diagonals and 1/4 (main) triagonals through the levels give a proportional part of the magic sum.

 

With a special composite 24x24 magic square you can construct a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube.

 

Using a pantriagonal 4x4x4 magic cube and a pantriagonal 6x6x6 magic cube, there are two possibilities to construct a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube: pantriagonal (1) and pantriagonal (2).

 

I have also constructed a pantriagonal 24x24x24 magic cube consisting of 64 proportional pantriagonal 6x6x6 magic cubes.

 

With a Nasik 8x8x8 magic cube and a (simple) 3x3x3 magic cube (and its inverse), you can construct a Nasik (= pandiagonal & pantriagonal) 24x24x24 magic cube.