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Paper Models of Hexagonal Kaleidocycles

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Hexagonal Kaleidocycle:
(closed)
Number of faces: 24
Number of edges: 30
Number of vertices: 12

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Half Closed Hexagonal Kaleidocycle:
Number of faces: 24
Number of edges: 30
Number of vertices: 12

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Open Hexagonal Kaleidocycle:
Number of faces: 24
Number of edges: 30
Number of vertices: 12

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Quarter Closed Hexagonal Kaleidocycle:
(Invertible cube or Schatz cube)
Number of faces: 24
Number of edges: 30
Number of vertices: 12

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Seven Twelfths Closed Hexagonal Kaleidocycle:
Number of faces: 24
Number of edges: 30
Number of vertices: 12


hexagonal kaleidocycle (.PDF)
hexagonal kaleidocycles in color (.PDF)
half closed hexagonal kaleidocycle (.PDF)
open hexagonal kaleidocycle (.PDF)
quarter closed hexagonal kaleidocycle (.PDF)
seven twelfths closed hexagonal kaleidocycle (.PDF)
Print the PDF file to make the paper model.

Net hexagonal kaleidocycle



Net hexagonal kaleidocycle



Net hexagonal kaleidocycle



Visual instructions (Hexagonal) Kaleidocycle

Glue, knife, needle, toothpick and ruler

Cut the outer lines and score the other lines:

Cut the outer lines and score the other lines

Fold the vertical lines forward (valley fold):

Fold the vertical lines forward (valley fold)

Fold the diagonal lines backwards (mountain folding):

Fold the diagonal lines backwards (mountain folding)

Fold the diagonal lines backwards (mountain folding):

Fold the diagonal lines backwards (mountain folding)

The folded model:

The folded kaleidocycle model

Gluing the model:

Gluing the kaleidocycle model

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Fold the model to a circle and glue:

Fold the kaleidocyle model to a circle and glue

The completed model:

The completed model kaleidocycle




Links
Paul Schatz: Invertible cube


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