Below are pictures of each of the 166 hexacubes, with names per the standard
established by Kate Jones at
Kadon Enterprises,
which appeared in the
Journal of Recreational Mathematics in
2004. With the addition of a tetracube (corresponding to the square
tetromino) this set has a volume of an even 1000 cubes and can be packed
into many interesting shapes, among them a 10x10x10
cube (another solution to the 10x10x10 cube).
A 
C 
D 
E 
Hi F 
Low F 
G 
H 
I 
J 
K 
L 
M 
Long N 
Short N 
O 
P 
Q 
R 
S 
Long T 
Short T 
U 
V 
Wa 
Wb 
Wc 
X 
Italic X 
Hi Y 
Low Y 
Long Z 
Short Z 
Hi 4 
Low 4 
F1 
F2 
F3 
F4 
F5 
Fb1 
Fb2 
Fb3 
Fb4 
Fb5 
L1 
L4 
L5 
Lb1 
Lb5 
N1 
N2 
N3 
N4 
N5 
Nb1 
Nb2 
Nb3 
Nb4 
Nb5 
P1 
P2 
P3 
P4 
P5 
Pb1 
Pb2 
Pb3 
Pb4 
Pb5 
T1 
T2 
T3 
T4 
T5 
U1 
U2 
U3 
U4 
U5 
V1 
V2 
V3 
V4 
V5 
W1 
W2 
W3 
W4 
W5 
X1 
X3 
Y1 
Y2 
Y3 
Y4 
Y5 
Yb1 
Yb2 

Yb4 
Yb5 
Z1 
Z2 
Z3 
Zb1 
Zb2 
Zb3 
J1l 
J1r 
J2l 
J2r 
J3r 
L1r 
L1l 
L2r 
L2l 
L3l 
J4d 
J4l 
J4u 
J4v 
L4d 
L4r 
L4u 
L4v 
N1l 
N1r 
N1u 
N2r 
S1r 
S1l 
S1u 
S2l 
N13 
N14 
N23 
N1b3 
S13 
S14 
S23 
N2b4 
N1b4 
N2b3 
S2d 
Q14 
Q4b1 
Q4d 
Q4r 
Q4v 
T1u 
T2u 
T1d 
T4d 
T4l 
T3u 

T3d 

T4r 
T24 
T4v 
T4b4 
V1d 
V1l 
V3d 
V3r 
Fat A 
B 