Stingray

Posted by James Ziegler on March 29, 2015
The Stingray is a challenging project. It make a beautiful model to hang in a room.  A great compliment to the Shark kit.

Shark

Posted by James Ziegler on February 27, 2015
PolyPuzzle Shark will challenge your skill.   It's in the Wizards class.    Made from mostly triangles, squares and rhombi you will be amazed at how with just these three pieces you can create the shape for Shark.  Starting at the nose work back along the shark's body.  the leading edges of the the fins are made with folded squares.  Like our other projects there is a complete set of pics to help you step by step to make the shark.

Bienvenu

Posted by Cathie Twizere on September 08, 2012

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Merci de cliquer ici et bienvenu au monde de PolyPuzzle.  Notre site est en anglais mais nous faisons de notre mieux pour le rendre facile à naviguer.  Les instructions sont visuels et le site est plein d'images alors nous espérons que tu t'amuseras en découvrant PolyPuzzle.  

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Cubo Sphere

Posted by James Ziegler on August 07, 2012

 

This sphere is another creation of one of our chief designers, Bob Stowell. It's made from a combination of three unique pieces -- Octagons, hexagons and a special spoke-shaped piece.  The Cubo Sphere comprises a total of 56 pieces of PolyPuzzle.  Beautiful to look at and fun to make, the finished sphere is 11" (28 cm) in diameter.      

Cubo Spheres come in a choice of four color schemes. (See the photos for details.)

You can also buy the Cubo Sphere as a hanging lamp kit.  It makes a great accent light.  

To see all the GeoKit lines, click here.

Super Sphere

Posted by James Ziegler on August 07, 2012

 

This amazing sphere is the creation of one of our chief designers, Bob Stowell. It's made from a combination of three unique pieces -- pentagons, hexagons and a special spoke-shaped piece.  The Super Sphere comprises a total of 132 pieces of PolyPuzzle.  Beautiful to look at and fun to make, the finished sphere is 19" (48 cm) in diameter.      

Super Spheres come in a choice of three color schemes. (See the photos for details.)

You can also buy the Super Sphere as a hanging lamp kit.  It makes a great accent light.  

Panda

Posted by James Ziegler on August 07, 2012

 PolyPuzzle Panda is one of our most challenging models.   It's in the Wizards class.    Made from mostly triangles, squares and rhombi you will be amazed at how with just these three pieces you can create the shape for Panda.


GeoKit 3012

Posted by James Ziegler on July 11, 2012

 Stellations


Includes 22 bonus Triangles  total 54pcs

This kit makes stellated forms, the great dodecahedron and small dodecahedron.  You can also use the pieces to make a stellated tetrahedron, octahedron or combine all the stellated parts to make a stellated icosidodecahedron our featured model.   Combine the pentagonal stellations with their points facing inward with triangles to make a icosihemiidodecahedron.  The stellated parts are folded and joined by a locking tab.   Like all PolyPuzzle parts these pieces can be combined with any of our standard parts to make innumerable creative constructions.



GeoKit 3011

Posted by James Ziegler on July 11, 2012

 Dimpled Dodecahedron


This is a big one for the budding geometry wizards.   We use a special feature of our hexagons to fold along a curved edge to make the dimpled dodecahedron with circular faces.  Hexagons are combined with triangles to make a large tetrahedron.  The rhombuses make a great dodecahedron -- also called the Kepler Star

GeoKit 3010

Posted by James Ziegler on July 11, 2012

 Golden Rhombi 144 pcs


Möbius Loop

Rhombahedron


GeoKit 3006

Posted by James Ziegler on July 11, 2012

Buckyball


This is our version of a Buckyball, named after Buckminster Fuller, part of a molecular family called Buckminsterfullerene

In this kit, pentagons and truncated hexagons are combined to make a spherical truncated icosahedron.  In GeoKit 7 we use planar pentagons and hexagons to make a solid model version of this polyhedron.   

Using 30 folded rhombuses with an acute angle of 61° we make a triakis icosahedron.   This polyhedron has 60 faces. Each folded rhombus makes two triangular faces.