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Another face turning associahedron but this time with circles inside of six faces.
This is another entry in the evergrowing series of face turning associahedrons, a convex shape with nine faces, three squares and six pentagons.
The big difference to the other members of this series the inventor added circles into the pentagons that do not turn with the surrounding face. It therefore combines face circles with a jumbling only axis system. The result of this combination are pieces in the circles that look similar but are indeed incompatible.
Less than two months later the inventor came up with a Plus-variant in which two circles (marked with a dot) turn in conjunction with rest of the layer.
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