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Six-Sided: Cuboid
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 (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.

3x5x7 (pillowed)The first 3x5x7. Heavily pillowed to make it working.
3x5x7 (truncated)A pillowed version of a 3x5x7 made from a cubic 7x7x7.
3x6x6Another cuboid which for a long time was not known to be missing.

3x6x9Another cuboid which for a long time was not known to be missing.
3x7x7Another cuboid from the series made by Grégoire Pfennig and presented in early 2012.
3x7x7 (pillowed)A pillowed version of the 3x7x7. Made from a 7x7x7.


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