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The one layered cousin of the three-, four- and two-layered variants. Made from a puck.
This is a shape variant of a puck.
It was made just for completing a series. The hexagonal prism with three layers is an easy modification of the Star Prism which is almost as old as the Square-1 itself. The variant with four layers was quickly presented after the first four-layer Square-1 was mass produced. The two-layered variant followed quickly. It was therefore only logical to extend this series into the lower direction.
To make this variant the pieces of a puck had to be glued together in pairs, truncated and stickered appropriately. It is very easy to solve.
Edge length: 38 mm
Height: 26 mm
Weight: 75 grams
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