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A mass produced Redi cube cut and screwed into a 3D printed core.
This puzzle was made from a mass-produced Redi cube. The inventor realized that there was a large core, so he 3D printed a 3x3x3 to replace it (the core) and then cut all the "edge" pieces in half. It solves roughly the same as a curvy dino cube.
It is the second implementation of the concept. The first one was the "Curvy Dino 2x2x2 Cube" from A J Lu. Unlike that earlier puzzle this one has no curved cuts and the inventor completed it.
Edge length: 60.5 mm
Weight: 140 grams
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