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Triamese chain 3+8+2+12+3
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A chain of 6 3x3x3s made to implement the remaining non-uniform triamese cubes. The name denote the sizes of the joint blocks.

The triamese cubes were the next logical step after the siamese cubes. Later Oliver Polspoel extended this concept as he created a series of 7 non-uniform triamese cubes. These are shown in a separate entry.
However in that series some variants were missing: Those in which at least one joint block consists of 8 or 12 cubies. Seven non-uniform triamese cubes with these conditions can be implemented. The inventor filled this gap with two chains of 5 or 6 cubes.
Edge length: 57 mm
Weight: 547 grams



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