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New issues of Magic edges

Coming soon, issue #35 of Magic edges
Thirty fifth stellated form of icosahedron

35 350n

Coming soon, issue #36 of Magic edges
Regular polyhedra without glue and scissors

36 350n

 

If you have any suggestions on what to release first of all, or which polyhedron you think would be interesting to do, send comments to email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with a note in the letter subject line wishes.

We will definitely consider constructive suggestions and, if possible, make changes to the publishing plan.

The most active participants will receive new editions of the Magic Edges as a gift!

 

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