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The first completed rhombic triacontahedron which allows faceturns for all of its thirty faces.
This puzzle is some kind of slot filler. Of all the six axis systems which can be derived from the platonic solids, the axis system of the edge-turning dodecahedron is the most elusive one.
With the emerge of 3D-printers even this axis system was implemented more often but the resulting puzzles always had the shape of dodecahedra or icosahedra.
This is the first completed puzzle with this axis system and the shape of a rhombic triacontahedron. The "Big Kahuna" by Eian Cher was presented earlier but not finished by the time this one was presented.
The presentation itself was made by Claus Wenicker who also sponsored this design.
Edge length: 37 mm
Weight: 175 grams
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