Truncated Icosidodecahedron

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advercis's picture

The truncated icosidodecahedron is made up of 30 square faces, 20 regular hexagonal faces, 12 regular decagonal faces, 120 vertices and 180 edges. The dihedral angles for this Archimedean solid are as follows:

  • between a hexagonal face and a decagonal face: 142.62 degrees (6-10)

  • between a square face and a decagonal face: 148.28 degrees (4-10)

  • between a square face and a hexagonal face: 159.095 degrees (4-6)

This shape was made entirely using logo. The code is as follows:

Below is the 3D model.


Andy's picture


Wow, this is a very good looking "truncated" "icosidodecahedron". The name is facinating. I wonder what the name "icosidodecaheron" means and where it came from. Is it related to any Platonic solids?

I guess that you will be putting up the 3D model soon... can't wait to rotate the 3D model and even walk into the "icosidodecahedron". cool

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