Untitled, cherry and maple wood. Contributed by Glen Whitney.
[48 F, 120 E, 74 V] This polyhedral take-apart puzzle is based on the same geometry as the Tetraxis ™ reconfigurable sculpture by Jane and John Kostick, but cuts the underlying equilateral triangular prisms along different planes to produce hexagonal and rhombic faces rather than triangular and rhombic faces. Note that the hexagonal faces are each unions of two rhombi congruent to the other rhombic faces.
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