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Two layers of different windmill cubes combines with the middle layer of a Fisher Cube.
This cube is composed out of pieces from three different cubes. The top layer is a Windmill, middle layer is a Fisher Cube. The bottom is actually the top of another Windmill instead of the bottom of the same Windmill. The inventor could have used the bottom of the same Windmill but he wanted to create a different look, so he used the top layer of another Windmill.
In 2014 Chester de Guzman rebuilt this puzzle unknowing of the predecessor and named it "Walled Windmill Fisher (WWF) Cube" in accordance with his parallel creation of "Walled Fisher Windmill (WFW) Cube" (please refer to the museum). Chesters images are used for this entry.
Beginning in 2014 hknowstore produces a puzzle under the name "Windmill Wall Cube III". There is only the small difference that the piece of top an bottom layer are equally oriented.
Edge length: 62 mm
Weight: 161 grams
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