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PAGE | of 3 GLUELESS UNIT FOR PUZZLE RING CUBE VALERIE VANN 24 November 1445 Internet: 75070, 304@compuserve.com Use square paper, kami or similar light weight. As the layers make a tairly thick strip, use @ inch * (3 inch cube). This version has the advantages of maximizing the triction Locking the units together, while making it easier to get at the last joint € reducing layers at the “hinges’. Disadvantage - some of the facets are thicker and stiffer than others COLOR UP WHITE UF CUPBOARD FOLD © crease piaconaLs@) roo in HaLrF = @) (HORIZONTAL 1/45) CREASE CORNER: REVERSE INSIDE @® AT 45 DEGREES ® 4 CORNERS © RESULT CREASE LEFT REVERSE INSIDE RESULTING TOP LAYERS (INSIDE RABBIT EAR) FLAPS C AND BD 4 @ BS Ph ¢ B i yf c 5 No 1 FOLD PT X AND THEN UNFOLD FOLD IN HALF PT A TO MEET To STEP 6 4A xAA PAGE 2 of 3 GLUELES9 UNIT FOR PUZZLE RING CUBE (Continued) VALERIE VANN 24 November 1995 Internet: 75070. 304@compuserve.com © 5 a » UNIT ONE UNIT Two UNIT THREE ASSEMBLE THREE UNITS IN A STRIP LIFT THE TABS B ON UNIT ONE. INSERT THE LOWER LAYER A oF UNIT ONE UNDER THE FLAPS © OF UNIT TWO WHILE KEEPING THE FLAPS B OF UNIT ONE ON TOP OF THE FLAPS G OF UNIT 2 REPEAT SIMILARLY TO JOIN UNITS TWO AND THREE \ BEND THE STRIP “SS. AROUND ON THE 2~ CREASES OUTLINING THE TRIANGLES TURN FLAPS © OF LINIT ONE BACK FOLD STRIP IN HALF LENGTHWISE @ Placer TOP VIEW OF JOIN Lock THE JOINT SIMILAR CLOSE THE RING BY INSERTING To STEP 10 BY SPREADING ALL THE LAYERS B-A-B INSIDE OF THE LAYERS AND FOLDING END X. PUSH UNTIL A 19 AT POINT Y THE FLAPS © DOWN INTO THE POCKETS BETWEEN THE OUTSIDE LAYERS OF UNIT ONE AND THE INSIDE FLAPS B PAGE 3 of 3 VIEWS OF 4-RING PUZZLE RING CUBE VALERIE VANN 24 November 1445 Internet: 75070. 304@compuserve.com 2 SOLUTIONS TO 4-RING PUZZLE TWO VIEWS OF 4-RING PUZZLE WITH A PENCIL. THROUGH THE AXIS OF THE ENTWINED RINGS TOP VIEW FRONT VIEW