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Void Pentagonal Prism
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The first working pentagonal prism seemingly without faces and a core.

This is indeed the second documented try to produce a working pentagonal prism around the concept of the void cube. The first try was presented by Scott Bedard in 2009 and he even presented a 3D-printed sample but he considered it as a failure.
At least this first try inspired Matthew Ray two years later to design he own version with indeed works.
Edge length: 57 mm

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