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TriQuad
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A non truncated version of Bygride-3-4 with different cuts.

TriQuad is a doctrinaire two axes twisty puzzle first mentioned here by Bram Cohen where he simply calls it (3, 4, 1/3). One axis allows 120 degree rotations, so it has 3 stops. The other axis allows 90 degree rotation, so it has 4 stops. If you apply one 90 degree rotation, and then return a corner to its original location with a following 120 degree rotation, this corner will have been rotated 120 degree, or 1/3 of a complete rotation.
The axis system is the same as Bygride-3-4 but with different cuts and and a different shape. This one has nine sides.
Diagonal: 99 mm
Weight: 119.3 grams

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