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A two-layer hexagonal prism with 6 rectangular faces.
Hexagonal prisms as twisty puzzles have been known for a long time. The first was recognized in the famous catalogue of Mefferts published in 1982. But that was only paper mockup. Later these concept became reality by the efforts of dedicated builders. But all these hexagonal prisms have three layers between the top and bottom haxagon. Reasons for this were the easy implementation of a core compared with a deepcut puzzle and the outer appearance of the square faces (a 3x3 field of stickers) similar to the rubiks cube.
The Hex Domino is the first hexagonal prisms without middle layer. Its side faces look like the well known domino, a 2x3-field of stickers.
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