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Ninth stellation of the icosahedron

Ninth stellation icosahedron

polyhedron face

The face of the polyhedron is three triangles highlighted in gold in the figure.

A polyhedron consists of 20 groups of such polygons.

 

polyhedron face

The shape of the triangle is as follows:
 
To assemble a polyhedron, you must use the following net:

 

Video. Rotation of a polyhedron

 
 
Create a polyhedron for a set of Magic Edges
 
It all starts with the formation of drawings for the new polyhedron.
Ninth stellation of icosahedron
First comes the idea. Next, a paper sample is glued.
 
Ninth stellation of icosahedron
An optimal polyhedron assembly option is being developed.
 
Ninth stellation of icosahedron
A prototype is being made.
 
Ninth stellation of icosahedron
Creates a design color scheme
 
The polyhedron model is presented in issue #28 of the Magic Edges
Ninth stellation of icosahedron
 
 
 
Detailed assembly from Alexei Zhigulev (youtube channel - Origami)
 
 
Detailed polyhedron assembly from Dmitry Alkhovik (youtube channel - Modelmen Life)
 
Detailed assembly from Andrei Lomakin (youtube channel - Sekretmastera)

 
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