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Three Ways to Fold a Net into a Snub Disphenoid
This Demonstration shows three ways to fold a net into a snub disphenoid, a polyhedron with 12 equal equilateral faces.
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Izidor Hafner
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A Polygon That Folds into a Regular Tetrahedron or into a Rectangular Box
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Snub Disphenoid
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Three Ways to Fold a Net of Eight Triangles
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Izidor Hafner
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