Joined: Mon Aug 02, 2004 7:03 am Location: Koblenz, Germany
Hi, this puzzle is obviously a simple truncation of a 3x3x3. I made it because it fills another empty slot I wasn't aware of until some month ago. There are 33 subgroups of the symmetry group of the hexahedron, including the two trivial subgroups. I scanned through my collection and found that I already owned 21 of these. Most of the missing ones are rather unsymmetric and near to the no-symmetry. I built this new puzzle just to fill this once-empty slot. BTW: Another slot was filled by Rafael Gulluni in the meantime.
What do you think? Has anybody seen any other puzzle with this symmetry?
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