Now, it's time to print out your PHiZZ squares. If you don't know how the PHiZZ widgets work, please take a look on the interwebs or here
for how to fold and assemble the PHiZZ units.
Even though you nominally only see one side of each square, you'll want to print both sides. The reason for this is that you can actually see little slivers of back side in the assembled product, and seeing the un-inked, white backside is no fun. See that attached image for the difference
So, download either the buckyball.zip or dodecahedron.zip.
If you're using the buckyball, and a standard 8.5x11 paper, print the file called, "buckyball_8.5x11_front.pdf". Or if you're using 24" roll paper, then print with buckyball_24x14_front.pdf.
Be sure to set your print settings to NOT SCALE the image. Or scale it by a specified amount. You need all pages to have the same scale on the way out.
In either case, once you're done, you need to print the back sides. I've already taken into account the left-right offset and reversal of the image. You load the paper back into the printer so that the back of page 1 gets printed first, and then print the XXX_back.pdf image.
I suggest trying this out on your local inkjet to understand how it works before you try it out on a large format printer.