A Tiny But Complex 3D-Printed Take on the Rubik’s Cube With 49 Squares on Each Side

Rubik’s Cube (previously) enthusiast Matthew Bahner used the Shapeways 3D-printing service to create a tiny version of the complex 7x7x7 curved V-Cube. The numerous tiny colored squares used in the project were created by twisty puzzle sticker provider, Oliver’s Stickers.

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