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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Quaturnery Qube is my fourth 4x4x4 cube puzzle design and has four pieces. It has a unique level 4.3.4 solution that includes one rotation.
The original version of this puzzle came out back in September 2010 in an experimental new hollow cube format and although it sold a few copies, I had hoped it would achieve a wider audience.
So here, in the best traditions of microcubology, is the 2cm version in solid form. This is half the size of the original Quaturnery Qube (one eighth of the volume) and is now quite a bit cheaper.
It's a great little puzzle with a tricky solution and some nice moves. Have fun!
The solution on YouTube was recorded using the original larger puzzle and is rather obscured by my inability to keep the cube in front of the camera as I struggled to work it out (but maybe that's not such a bad thing - I wouldn't want to make it too easy for you).