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Thingiverse user mrule created this polygon with two kinds of 3D-printable vertices that snap together. For instance, ten each of the two parts can form an icosahedron.

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  1. henry blince says:

    That’s not a polygon, it’s a polyhedron. Made up of polygons.
    technically a dodecahedron, made of 12 5 sided polygons or pentagons.

  2. John Baichtal says:

    Man, I don’t know what I was thinking. Thanks, Henry.