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Monoblock bandaged Cubes with faces
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A set of two bandaged cubes all bandaged by a single block. The blocks consist only of face piece(s) and the core.

These two variants are a measure of demonstrating subgroups of the 3x3x3 instead of inventing new puzzles.
The 3x3x3 knows a lot of subgroups and some of them can easily be defined by the possible twists. An example: (U,D,L,R,F,B) is the traditional 3x3x3 and (U,L,F) is the Fused Cube.
The two bandaged cubes shown here implement subgroups by bonding pieces of the 3x3x3 to each other into one single block, which consists only of face pieces and the core. The bonds are invisible by traditional means.

The two variants are:
U D L R F - Bandaged (F112)
U D L R - Bandaged (F113)



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