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Tetracubominx (aka Cuboctaminx)
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A Pyraminx truncated down into a cuboctahedron.

This puzzle can be made from a truncated octaminx. This puzzle has been further truncated. This results in a small puzzle with a distance between opposite square faces of ca. 40 mm.
This is the deepest possible truncation of a Pyraminx in this way. This first sample was made by Jürgen Brandt who gave it the name "Tetracubominx". The images shown here steems from a sample made by Thomas de Bruin in 2008 who picked the name "Cuboctaminx" because he didn't knew Jürgens creation.



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