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Published on Feb 20, 2010
Buy at http://www.shapeways.com/model/82665/... Copyright (c) 2010 M. Oskar van Deventer. Rubik's Cube and the 14-15 sliding square puzzle are the most popular mechanical puzzles of the 20th and 19th century, respectively. What could be more obvious than combining those two ideas and have a sliding piece puzzle on the faces of a (2x2x2) Rubik's Cube? Here you see the result. The object is to scrambled the puzzle and then to twist & slide the tiles back to their original position and orientation.
This puzzle was 3D-printed using nylon-powder SLS technology, which explains its price. It is the very first prototype, costing its designer and maker a lot of money to create. Please do not confuse it for a cheap mass-produced puzzle.