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The bigger brother of a Square-2 with even more pieces. The Square-4 is unbandaged so that moves are possible every 18�.

This was the first big project the inventor tried on his FDM 3D-printer. The puzzle was designed using a CAD software and printed in PLA plastic.
The Square-4 is the next step in the Square-x series and can be seen as the bigger brother of a Square-2. It has even more parts than the Square-2 or Square-3 so that turns are possible every 18�. Like the Square-2 it behaves unbandaged so that it doesn't block any moves.
Image 3 shows the center of the top and bottom faces.
Image 6 compares it with a 60 mm Square-1
Edge length: 75 mm
Weight: 183 grams



Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Dario Dagn�.


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