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Allister William Frazier
10 Jan 2017
21 Mar 2017
One of the ways to do this is to use another cube in Blender which has the same parameters as your original cube without the frame. You can center them and subtract this smaller cube by using the Boolean operator "Difference" from the menu. This process is described here "http://blender.stackexchange.com/questions/12311/subtracting-geometry".
Then you are left with a hollow cube with just the frame.
Hopefully that answers your question,
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