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Icosahedron from sonobey modules

The icosahedron is a regular convex polyhedron,Twenty-sided. Each of the twenty faces is an equilateral triangle. We present to your attention the scheme of the modular icosahedron. Yesterday we discussed the scheme for assembling an octahedron from the Sonobey modules, and today we suggest that you look at what can be obtained using not 12, but 30 modules of Sonobey. This version of the geometric figure was called an icosahedron, and this publication will show you how to create a 30-module "star ball".

Icosahedron from sonobey modules

So, you've probably already guessed that for assemblyYou will need 30 square sheets of paper (preferably color) to create 30 modules of Sonobee. By the time such an article will take you 40-60 minutes, it all depends on whether you tried to collect such modules earlier, did you pass yesterday's lesson on assembling the octahedron, and what is your working fuse for today.

Icosahedron from sonobey modules

As a training material this time, weWe offer you two options for creating an icosahedron. The first is the addition of a figure from simple modules to sonobey, the second is the creation of a figure from slightly modified modules, which will give your paper craft some kind of decorating features.

Pleasant folding!

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