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Cubic 7x7x7
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A V-Cube 7x7x7 modified to give it a true cubic shape.

Simple geometry shows that it is impossible to construct a 7x7x7 (or 8x8x8 or even higher) which is fully proportional. To still realize a puzzle like this the inventor has two possibilities:
He can either give up the cubic shape of the puzzle like Verdes did on the V-Cubes or the outer layers have to be non-proportional. Tony Fisher took a V-Cube 7x7x7 and transformed it into the second variant.
Edge length: 80 mm

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Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann, Lawrence Cuthbert.

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