Makalu

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Folding instructions: Makalu
This is the primary page for this model.
Paper: metallic paper
Type: modular woven polyhedron (implies: abstract modular, abstract, geometric, mathematical object, modular, multi-sheet, woven polyhedron)
Author: Robert J. Lang
Unit count: 30
Colors: gray
In albums: Models with 3D anaglyphs

Makalu Makalu — 3D anaglyph for red-cyan glasses Makalu alongside other woven polyhedra (Tom Hull’s FIT and Robert Lang’s Annapurna)
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Makalu is one of the models in Robert Lang’s Himalayan Peaks series. Its more scientific name is six intersecting pentagons, or: 6 × 5 × 1 polypolyhedron. See the link above in Folding instructions for some hopefully useful tips about assembling this model.

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