3D sprint your own connectors for an icosahedron. via instructables
My life hasn’t quite been the same since as a student, I was able to access 3D printers. This was a fun quick project to blend 3D printed items with more traditional crafting materials. Using a 3D printer allows for small connectors with precise angles to be made. While an icosahedron would normally be a difficult shape to create, it was easily manageable with this technique.
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