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3x3x5
3x3x5The first fully functional 3x3x5.
3x3x5Tony Fisher's version. Handbuilt from a 5x5x5.
3x3x5 Golden DiamondA cubic 3x3x5 truncated into the diamond shape.

3x3x5 MastermorphixAn industrial made 3x3x5 transformed into a tetrahedron.
3x3x5 OctahedronA variation of the 3x3x5 (by that time no mass produced puzzle!) inspired by Trajbers octahedron.
3x3x5 Triangular PrismThis cube was made from a cube4you 3x3x5.

Axis cubic 3x3x5An "axised" version of the cubic 3x3x5.
Bumpoid 3x3x5A cubic 3x3x5 truncated on two sides and extended on four sides.
Cubic 3x3x5A 3x3x5 in shape of a hexahedron. This allows some moves a true 3x3x5 cuboid would not allow.

Cubic 3x3x5 Hexagonal DipyramidA cubic 3x3x5 truncated into the shape of a hexagonal dipyramid.
Emboss 3x3x5The concept of the emboss cube applied to a 3x3x5.
Grown TowerA fully functional 3x3x5.

Hexis 3x3x5A cubic 3x3x5 transformed like a Hexis Cube.
L-CubeMade with the mechanism of a 3x3x5 but with one of the additional layers moved to the side.
Lazy Man's 3x3x5One result of a piece exchange between 3x3x4 and cubic 3x3x5.


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