5 Intersecting Tetrahedra

by A. Gerth
(Newmarket, Ontario, Canada)

Piece of cake! :)

Piece of cake! :)

I love to fold! Five Intersecting Tetrahedra (FIT) was created by Thomas Hull. It uses 30 identical units. Find diagrams and video here.

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Nov 12, 2019
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PAPER NEW
by: AMISH

MAKE A PAPER TUTORIAL IM AMISH GEEZ

Oct 29, 2019
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Perfect
by: Doreen

This is so much fun to fold. It's a 3D puzzle where you folded the pieces yourself! Once you have made two or three of these you'll get the hang of how the pieces weave together, but it's definitely a challenge the first time! The units are very easy to make, so I recommend this to someone who maybe doesn't have a lot of folding experience but enjoys a good exercise in spatial thinking. Some origami is like a paper sculpture, dragons, snails, etc. but this is like those wooden puzzles that only fit together from certain angles. There is immense satisfaction in putting it together and the final product is pleasant to look at. Makes a great gift for your math teachers too.

Jan 02, 2013
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ali
by: ali

ALI

Dec 17, 2012
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the worst
by: best boy

i dont like it

Sep 17, 2012
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Paper
by: Anonymous

What type of paper do you use? (sorry if it has been asked....)

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