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A 3x3x3 truncated on 6 corners in a very unusual but very symmetrical way.
This puzzle makes use of asymmetrically truncated corners. The corners are truncated with depths of 2, 4 and 6 where it is assumed that a 3x3x3 has a length of 6. This 246 explains the first number in the puzzle's name.
The second number is the signature of the truncation which explains where the cuts have to be placed.
The result is something with a shape resembling but not equalling the hexagonal dipyramid.
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