Is it an invariance under rotations around x-, y-, z-axis? Does this invariance separately include rotations around an arbitrary $(x$, $y$, $z)$ axis?
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The cubic symmetry group is the group of operations which leave a cube invariant. They are generated by rotations around the $x$, $y$, $z$ axis by $\pi/2$.