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4 Corners Cube
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A cube with cuts corresponding to the twelve faces of a face turning triakis tetrahedron. A jumbling-only puzzle.

4 Corners Cube is so named because only four of the eight corners move. The four non-moving corners are part of the core, and are stationary. The puzzle has twelve axes, three at each moving corner. Each axis can stop at any of four locations, with two types of moves and their mirrors. Images 2-3 show the first type. Images 4-7 show the second type.
The puzzle is jumbling only and therefore shape-shifting.
Edge length: 58 mm (slightly larger than the standard 3x3x3)



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