3-D Geometric Origami: Modular Polyhedra

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Courier Corporation, 1995 - Crafts & Hobbies - 73 pages
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Innovative, stimulating and challenging book combines the art of paperfolding with making polyhedra-based models. Projects range from the relatively simple cube and tetrahedron to such mind-boggling fabrications as the double pentagonal pyramid and the truncated hexadecahedron. Instructions and diagrams included.
 

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User Review  - melaniett - Overstock.com

I bought this for my nowhusband because he was always folding receipts and gum wrappers into little shapes. He hasnt tried many of the shapes to be honest but it seems like its easy enough to follow the instructions. a good book! Read full review

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Dan Maybry
I think that if you are in to it it is very interesting.

Contents

Introduction
1
Background Material
3
Making Models
9
Preliminary Constructions
15
Diagrams of Models
27
Supplementary Material
67
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