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Above:The "naked" cube
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Another 3x3x3 with Lego tiles. This one has a size perfectly adapted to the size of the LEGO tiles.

This is the third implementation of the "Ultimate Bandaged Cube" or the "Optional bandagable Cube" (search the museum for these names). The trick about this third sample is the size. The 3x3x3 used as a base here was custom printed by Karl-Heinz Diekmann to perfectly fit the size of the Rubiks tiles.
The creator even found additional ways to use the base puzzle. See the additional images. The third one with the black numbers has never been seen before. Here the creator applied several numbered tiles. In the solved state every side of the 3x3x3 shows a natural constant like PI, e, sqrt(2) and others.
In 2011 William Frèrejacques found that not newly printed 3x3x3 is necessary since a QJ 3x3x3 has the size needed for this variant.



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