I have thought of getting the larger cubes x and y values and z values and dividing them by 2 but how do I position them?

I would get the original position then use the original size values and divide them by two then just make a simple loop and go around placing them in each corner of the original cube.

How do I get the positions of each corner?

trying to do this in a script, I’m not building anything

position them using cube.Position = Vector3.new (the position) and to create them use Instance.new ()

There’s probably a better way to do this, but this will work.

```
local offsets = {
Vector3.new(-1,-1,-1), -- bottom forward left
Vector3.new(1,-1,-1), -- bottom forward right
Vector3.new(-1,-1,1), -- bottom backward left
Vector3.new(1,-1,1), -- bottom backward right
Vector3.new(-1,1,-1), -- top forward left
Vector3.new(1,1,-1), -- top forward right
Vector3.new(-1,1,1), -- top backward left
Vector3.new(1,1,1) -- top backward right
}
local function subdivideCube(cube)
for i = 1,8 do -- you can set this to 4 to get the 4 lower cubes, or keep it at 8 for every cube
local smallerCube = cube:Clone()
smallerCube.Size = cube.Size/2
local offset = offsets[i] * cube.Size/4
smallerCube.CFrame = cube.CFrame * CFrame.new(offset)
smallerCube.Parent = cube.Parent
end
cube:Destroy() -- optional, you might want to keep the original
end
subdivideCube(workspace.Part)
```

To make a more scalable solution you could do nested for-loops and iterations.

```
local cubeSize = 1
for i1 = 1, boxwidth do
for i2 = 1, boxheight do
for i3 = 1, boxlength do
local cube = Instance.new("Part")
cube.Size = Vector3.new(cubeSize, cubeSize, cubeSize)
cube.Position = Vector3.new(i1, i2, i3) * (cubeSize/2)
-- You would want to get the box's size and divide by two, and
-- offset each box by that every iteration. In this case it's 1, so
-- each box would be offset by 0.5
end
end
end
```

After some additions this should generate a three dimensional cube about the world origin. Changing the cubesize and boxheight, boxlength, boxwidth should change the subdivisions of the cube. If you want it at the position of another cube, you would add that offset Vector3 to each position iteration.

Use this equations https://github.com/FrostDracony/Roblox/blob/master/Tutorials/GetCornersOfAllBaseParts/GetCornersOfPart.md