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The concept of the Axis Cube applied to a Skewb.
- Inventor: Tim Selkirk
- Mechanism: Skewb
- Patents: Unknown
- Producer: MF8
- Year: 2008
- Original Price: $16.90 USD
- Current Price: No Data
The Axis Cube gave the name for a technique of puzzle building. "Axising" means to rotate a puzzle by 120° inside of its solid around a line going through a pair of opposite corners. If the original and resulting puzzle have hexahedral shape the shared volume of both puzzles is always a hexagonal dipyramid.
In this case the axis system of a Skewb was reoriented within the solid. This was presented together with the hexagonal dipyramid made from a skewb.
The images here steem from a sample made by Jose Manuel Garcia Mouzo who reinvented the concept independently and named it "Axis Skewb". Today this is the better known name for this variant.
In 2018 a mass produced version with black or white body hit the market. This is shown in images 4-5.
Edge length: 56 mm
Weight: 120 grams.
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