Thank you very much for your wonderful models. It is food for thought.

Regarding Mr. Vigo variation for “Stellated Curved Tetrahedron” I have used ellipses instead of circles to substitute the hexagons, with major axis equal to the diameter of the circle circumscribed to hexagon and minor axis equal to the diameter of the circle inscribed in hexagon, major axis along the radius of the paper.

This way the base of resulting cone is a circle.

so pleased to see more people participating in this mindset, rather than the term-paper-writing citation machines that do nothing but duplicate each other…

]]>Yes, the variation is made replacing hexagons by circles whose radi coincide with the hexagons side length (or smaller, if you like).

Keep on with you good job!

Marc

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