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A set of four bandaged cubes all bandaged by two blocks including one face-core-block.
These four variants are a measure of demonstrating subgroups of the 3x3x3 instead of inventing new puzzles.
The 3x3x3 knows a lot of subgroups and some of them can easily be defined by the possible twists. An example: (U,D,L,R,F,B) is the traditional 3x3x3 and (U,L,F) is the Fused Cube.
The four bandaged cubes shown here implement subgroups with two blocks. One block is face-core-block in every case. The second block (opposite to the face) is a traditional bandaged block of different size.
If wide moves (moving a side and the parallel slice in conjunction) are allowed these variants implement easily definable subgroups of the 3x3x3.
The four variants (with their signature as bandaged cubes) are:
Bandaged 3x3x3 181000000
Bandaged 3x3x3 810C0400
Bandaged 3x3x3 200000007F
Bandaged 3x3x3 4020000
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