128-hedron
128-hedron.jpg
(0,6,60,0)-deltahedron
Type Deltahedron
Rods 192 × Geomag rod icon.gif
Spheres 66 × Geomag ball icon.gif
Author Amafirlian 00:25, 10 June 2007 (UTC)


(0,6,60,0)-deltahedron discovered by John Futhey, based on an octahedron with its faces divided into 16 sub-triangles. (George Hart references it here: http://www.georgehart.com/virtual-polyhedra/deltahedra-info.html) The middle sphere of each of the octahedral edges is bent inwards. Although this construction looks like a 'collapsed structure' it is completely rigid.

Building Instructions[edit | edit source]

  • Build it from one tip of the super octahedron to the other.


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