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Old 01-28-2014, 08:22 AM
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excellent idea never really thought about it that way.
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The individual parts of the puzzle cube were quite entertaining to assemble.
Nice way that the folds and tabs worked out. I noticed on the parts sheets for the individual parts that some of the fold lines were solid instead of dashed or dot-dashed, but it became obvious how the folds should go. Pages 2,4,6 .

Here are a couple of pics of the assembled cube:




Sneaky the way the pieces had to be fit to assemble the cube. Go out of order and the parts won't fit.
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Well done Doug !!!!

Good to see that it worked out, What will do is look and see how the dotted lines and dashed lines spacings have been set up. THanks for that.

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