I'm finally getting around to printing these. It looks awesome, thank you for making them and sharing! We will use them in my school definitely. The numbers you mention to make each shape are off. Pyramid = 4, cube = 8, icosahedron = 12.
Oh, sorry you were talking about how many edges, not vertices. My bad!
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https://vine.co/v/i11dTD57312This is a cool project! I made one but not as nice as yours.
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