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Origami 2X2 Rubik's Cube

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How to fold a 2 X 2 Rubik's Cube that moves in all directions. No tape or glue and no magnets! Requires six squares of paper each cut in half to form twelve 2X1 rectangles which are folded into identical units and assembled into 4 identical larger units which in turn join together to form the 2X2 Rubik's Cube. Although the cube can turn in all directions, it can only turn 180 in each direction. If you want it to turn more degrees, the solution to that could possibly be to use a longer rectangle but I haven't experimented with that. The other limitation of the model is that it doesn't hold together on its own, but rather relies on inward pressure by your fingers, ideally on all eight corners as you turn it.

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