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3x3x4 Wall Hexagonal Dipyramid
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A 3x3x4 modified to become a 3x3x3 Wallcube and afterwards truncated to become a hexagonal dipyramid.

After its initial presentation the hexagonal dipyramid quickly became one of the most popular shapes a cubic puzzle can be transformed (or: truncated) into.
Since the initial presentation there have been so many puzzle truncated into this shape that creators had to move on to custom made cubic puzzles to find another free spot.
In this case the 3x3x4 Wallcube (which can be found in the museum as well) was the starting point for this truncation.

Image #8 compares the puzzle to a mass produced 3x3x3 HexagonalDipyramid produced by Mefferts.



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