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All you need is a glue gun and 140 5 oz. Dixie Cups to achieve this rigid erection! Make several - then show off your amazing balls to friends and fa...
The Dixiesphere is composed of twenty spherical-hexagonal 7-cup modular units, which you will construct first. Each hexagonal modular unit consists o...
Glue two spherical hexagonal modular units together such that the gap created by the four cups resembles a square with concave edges. Here is a pictu...
The finished spherical dodecahedron is impressively strong, but IT'S NOT A GEODESIC SPHERE! Quite the contrary, it is comprised of a lot of minor cir...
Use a 6-cup spherical triangular modular unit for Dixiesphere2.
DS2 consists of three intersecting great circles (geodesics). The somewhat "vaginal" openings do not occupy identical locations on the surface of the...
Triangular prism carcboard mailing boxes! Any size will do, so long as they are equilateral triangular in cross-section. Ask and you shall recieve i...
Use a very high-tack glue. This thing has a tendency to fall apart into a pile until the glue has dried. It's nice to be able to make adjustments as...
Three Words: Rhombic Dodecahedral Lattice. 4 sets of three parallel triangular prisms - HELL YEAH!!
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