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A 3x3x3 truncated on all of its eight corners similarly to the cuboctahedron.

This is a shape variant of the 3x3x3. Its first version was presented in December 2009 by Christopher Procario.
Like a cuboctahedron all eight corners are truncated with an identical truncation scheme. Unlike the cuboctahedron the truncation scheme is irregular in this case.
The cuts of the cuboctahedron have a depth of 1.5 cubies in all dimensions. The cuts for the Milloctahedron have depths of 1, 1.5 and 2.

In 2012 Rafael Gulluni presented a similar version he named "Shifted Cuboctahedron". Please refer to image 3.



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