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Half-Proportional 3x3x4 I-cube
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Similar to the Calvin 3x3x4 I-Cube, but with a squished layer. This mechanism is much more simple than the previously mentioned puzzle.

This puzzle's mechanism was made with a C4U 3x3x5 puzzle, as well as a regular Rubik's brand 3x3x3 cube. This puzzle can be constructed almost entirely from simply swapping pieces between the two puzzles. One could actually make two from having one 3x3x5 and one 3x3x3. This mechanism is incredibly simple in comparison the Calvin I-Cube, as most of the puzzle is just a basic 3x3x3. It is a very simple mod that is good for a beginner to make.
All layers can turn, but the bottom two can become bandaged together very easily.



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