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11 is the dimension of the cube.

5 is the length ofg the edge blocks.

3 the size of the corner blocks.

The "JAMmed" idea carries from the twelve sided puzzles the inventor made with 5 different corners and 5 different edges.

This one has 6 different corners, 7 different edges, and 3 different centers.

There is a pattern in the bandaging:

1 unbandaged corner opposite 1 unbandaged corner. (GWO & BRY)

1 multibandaged corner opposite 1 multibandaged corner. (GRW & BOY)

1 partial bandaged corner opposite 1 partial bandaged corner the opposite way so when combined make 1 unbandaged corner and 1 multibandaged corner. (BOW & GRY)

1 fully bandaged corner (BRW) opposite what was going to be a fully bandaged corner (but it had to be bandaged horizontally sliced (GOY) to maintain full scramble ability.

=2 unbandaged corners, 1 built unbandaged corner, and 1 sliced corner; setting when placed on the top, makes the top 3 layers horizontally free to fully scramble all corner pieces on the top 3 and bottom 3 layers.

1 unbandaged edge opposite 1 unbandaged edge. (BW & GY)

1 mutibandaged edge opposite 1 multibandaged edge. (RW & OY)

2 partial bandaged (inside layer not) edges opposite each other. (GW & BY)

2 partial bandaged (outside layer not) edges opposite each other. (GO & BR)

1 partial bandaged edge opposite 1 partial bandaged edge (bandaged the opposite way) so when combined make 1 unbandaged edge and 1 multibandaged edge. (BO & GR)

1 fully bandaged edge (OW) opposite what was going to be a fully bandaged edge (but it had to be bandaged vertically sliced (RY) to maintain the centers and edges full scramble ability when placed across the center edge.

= 2 unbandaged edges, 1 built unbandaged edge, and 1 placed horizontally sliced edge makes the middle 5 layers free to fully scramble all edge and center pieces.

1 fully bandaged center opposite 1 fully bandaged center. (W & Y)

1 unbandaged center opposite 1 unbandaged center (O & R)

1 partially bandaged center (B) opposite 1 partially bandaged center (G); both spin-able to slice off 1 layer at a time horizontally into the unbandaged centers, making the 5x5 centers free to fully scramble all pieces in the 5x5 sections.

Thus every piece is separable from every other piece.

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