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A face turning disdyakis triacontahedron in the shape of a dodecahedron.
Mandala Dodecahedron is the next step up from the previous Mandala Cube. Based on the geometry of a face turning disdyakis triacontahedron, the puzzle has a remarkable 120 axes of rotation, setting a new record. The puzzle had to be a relatively enormous size in order to fit all those axles!
Like the previous Mandala Cube, each axis can stop at any of six places where adjacent turns can be made. The puzzle features contour cutting, overhang bandaging, and the "usual" jumbling bandaging.
With this puzzle all axis systems that are imaginable on the basis of the catalan solids have been implemented.
Edge lenth: 54 mm
Weight: 674 grams
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