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An icosahedron in 238 bytes. This is all of it:
r = sqrt(3 / (1 + 2*sqrt(5)/5) - 1); for (j = [0, 180]) rotate([0, j, 0]) for (i = [0:4]) rotate([0, 0, i * 360 / 5]) for (k = [0, 1]) rotate([0, -atan(r) - 2*k*atan(r/2), 0]) rotate([0, 0, 180*k]) cylinder(1, 0, r, $fn=3);
Icosahedron by thakis is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
So what's this mean?
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