Loading

Catalan Wireframe Polyhedra

by mathgrrl, published

Catalan Wireframe Polyhedra by mathgrrl Mar 28, 2014

Featured Thing!

Summary

These stylized wireframe models of the thirteen Catlan solids were made using Mathematica, MeshLab, and TopMod. Print them for mathematical bling or to show off what your printer can do! These models were printed on a MakerBot Replicator 2.

Optimized for .2mm layer height with raft and minimal supports. Some of the models can be printed without any supports at all.

For very detailed information on how these models were designed and printed, visit the link below.

http://makerhome.blogspot.com/2014/03/day-212-stylized-catalan-wireframes.html

=====

Twitter: twitter.com/mathgrrl
Hacktastic blog: www.mathgrrl.com/hacktastic
Shapeways geekhaus store: www.shapeways.com/shops/mathgrrl

This design and all associated pictures and files are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike license. If you want to use designs, images, or files outside of the terms of this license, please email [email protected].

More from Math

view more

All Apps

Auto-magically prepare your 3D models for 3D printing. A cloud based 3D models Preparing and Healing solution for 3D Printing, MakePrintable provides features for model repairing, wall thickness...

App Info Launch App

Kiri:Moto is an integrated cloud-based slicer and tool-path generator for 3D Printing, CAM / CNC and Laser cutting. *** 3D printing mode provides model slicing and GCode output using built-in...

App Info Launch App
KiriMoto Thing App

With 3D Slash, you can edit 3d models like a stonecutter. A unique interface: as fun as a building game! The perfect tool for non-designers and children to create in 3D.

App Info Launch App

Thank You for making these! I have a massive set of polyhedra and I find a full file of catalan solids, Jackpot!

with ABS does it need struts, because it looks unstable to print.

Some of them can get away without supports, but most of them do need at least some.

Looks like you could convert it into a polyhedral die, if someone wanted a random 120!

Comments deleted.
Top