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Two 3x3x3's fused together to share a block of dimensions 2x2x2.
- Inventor: Unknown
- Mechanism: 3x3x3
- Patents: Unknown
- Producer: Custom
- Year: Unknown
- Original Price: $0.00 USD
- Current Price: No Data
This mod is easier to make than the "traditional" Siamese Cube with a common 1x1x3-block. Like all Siamese-variations both cubes are separate and no pieces can be moved from one to the other cube.
Both cubes implement a subgroup of the 3x3x3 where only 3 out of 6 moves are allowed:
L (left side)
D (down side) and
F (front side)
or some symmetric mapping of this kind.
The variant shown in image 2 was made by Wayne Johnson. He commented: "Made this one for a laugh seeings that a few guys on the forum had made them. Although, from what I've read, everyone used paper clips to hold things together. Heavens knows why, as I don't know how everyone else made them. I made this by supergluing 6 center pieces together recursively, and filing a corner off each, then reassembling."
Rubik's Puzzle Building
Ton Dennenbroek has created a great set of tutorials on puzzle building, inlcuding one for this puzzle.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Wayne Johnson.
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