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Six-Sided: Cuboid
3x4x4 CamouflageA 4x4x4 in camouflage. In this case it pretends to be a 3x4x4.
3x4x5The long awaited bigger brother of the 2x3x4.
3x4x5 Floppy I-cube ExtremeA bandaged 5x5x5 with three layers removed on two sides.

3x4x6Another "olzed" cuboid.
3x4x6 (proportional)Another cuboid designed by Gr├ęgoire Pfennig. compared with the predecessor it is proportional.
3x4x6 protocuboidA 6x6x6 extended into a cuboid.

3x5x5 (olzed)If the inevitable "olzing" is ignored this is the first proportional 3x5x5.
3x5x5 (pillowed)A pillowed version of the 3x5x5. Made from a 5x5x5.
3x5x5 (proportional)The first perfectly proportional 3x5x5.

3x5x5 (quasi olzed)A fully functional cuboid handmade from a 5x5x5 without square tiling on top and bottom.
3x5x5 (square olzed)A design for the 3x5x5 which utilizes a completey new technique.
3x5x5 Fisher CubeA 3x5x5 fishered which means it was turned inside of its solid.

3x5x6Another cuboid which for a long time was not known to be missing.
3x5x7 (non-olzed cuboid)A 3x5x7 made in shape of a cuboid almost without visible olzing.
3x5x7 (olzed)A fully functional cuboid with three different dimensions which allows 90┬░ moves on all axis.

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