The cube is certainly easy to make in a 3D design environment. However, a vertex-edge model is slightly challenging because of the angles. I extruded a base square toward the center of the Cube to create the edges and vertices.
It takes 8 vertices and 12 edges to make a cube. A resolution of 0.2mm worked well for me. Please print one pair to test the tension, increasing the resolution (say, 0.15mm) for loose connections. For tight connections, consider a drop of school glue, cement, or super glue. When it gets difficult to snap an edge into its vertices, feel free to use some pliers.
Please do not mix the cube vertices and edges with those for other Platonic solids. The angles are different.
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