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Prism of Khafre
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This is a more bandaged version of a Biaxial 3x3x3 Prism, second in the inventor's series of prisms.

This is the second puzzle in Beni's series of prisms, the first of which being the prism of Menkaure. The puzzle itself is just a Biaxial 3x3x3 Prism (half cube?) with a bangage 1x1x3 block on the top edge, simmilar to the Prism of Menkaure. This makes the puzzle much easier due to the restrictions to it's scrambles, even though it looks pretty messed up when scrambled.

The name 'Prism of Khafre' comes from the Pyramid of Khafre, from the Giza pyramid complex. Of course, it is a prism, and not a pyramid, thus the name 'Prism of Khafre'.

The puzzle was made out of a 3x3x3. It was bandaged with superglue, cut with a dremel, filled and extended with epoxy, painted black and stickered with vinil in red, blue, green, yellow and white, in a custom color scheme.



Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Beni Issler.


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