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This puzzle has 6 fixed [[center]]s, a total of 144 other [[center]] pieces, a total of 60 [[edge]] pieces, and 8 [[corner]]s, and has 2.0 * 10^160 positions.
 
This puzzle has 6 fixed [[center]]s, a total of 144 other [[center]] pieces, a total of 60 [[edge]] pieces, and 8 [[corner]]s, and has 2.0 * 10^160 positions.
  
=== See also: ===
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== See also ==
 
* [[V-Cube 7]]
 
* [[V-Cube 7]]
 
* [[V-Cube]] (manufacturer)
 
* [[V-Cube]] (manufacturer)

Revision as of 20:18, 15 February 2015

7x7x7 Cube
Wiki 7x7x7 solved.jpg
7x7x7 Cube into a solved position
Alternative names: 7x7x7, 7x7
Shape: Cube
Internal Mechanism: 7x7x7
Inventor: Panagiotis Verdes
Year:
Produced by: V-Cube, Shengshou, MoYu, LanLan

The 7x7x7 cube (normally referred to as the 7x7x7 or 7x7) is a twistable puzzle in the shape of a cube that is cut six times along each of three axes. The first brand of this puzzle was the V-Cube 7, whose inventer, Panagiotis Verdes, patented. Many other cube companies have produced puzzles very similar, but these are considered knock-offs due to using the same basic mechanism. The V Cube 7 is rounded (or 'pillowed') because it is mathematically impossible to make a perfectly cubical 7x7x7 cube without any kind of magnets or locking mechanism, as the corners would fall off.

Shengshou have made a cubic 7x7, and it has become very popular, particularly the smaller version. MoYu have also made a 7x7 called the AoFu, which has a pillowed shape like the V-Cube 7.

This puzzle has 6 fixed centers, a total of 144 other center pieces, a total of 60 edge pieces, and 8 corners, and has 2.0 * 10^160 positions.

See also



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