Picture of an origami double star flexicube; Designed by Dave Brill; Folded by Sara Adams;. In fact there wasn’t an elegant way of doing this (in an origami sense). I used trial and error: firstly I made the Yoshimoto Cube (aka Double Star Flexicube), then. David Brill – Double Star Flexicube. Post by Froy» Tue Mar 25, pm. Hi! Greetings from Mexico. I have been looking for diagrams or something from.
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Double Star Flexicube after Yoshimoto Cube No1
This is my second fold of the model. I decided to use slightly thicker paper for the 24 modules, and thinner paper for the 8 hinges. The first time I folded it I have to admit I though “Never again!
But then again, it doble me if something doesn’t quite work. So after a couple of hours break I cut some more paper and gave it another try. My second fold is much more stable than the first one, so flxeicube thicker paper did help.
And I think I was a bit more patient the second time round. But then again, I was done more quickly, too. I ‘ve started on my double star flexicube as well. I thought I should use two different colors for each star to give the model a mystifying look.
Hm, are you sure you used A7? My cubes are the same size: Hi there, Do you know of any very simple way to fold paper into a flat star of David?
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I once saw a way of doing it starting with a triangular shaped piece of paper but I can’t remembe how it went. I want to do this with my school pupils aged around 8 sar 9. I’d be really grateful if you flexiccube something simple I could teach them. Yes, there’s an easy way of getting a Star of David from a triangle. You won’t have to precut paper, though, because it’s quite easy to get an equilateral triangle from printing paper both A4 and letter will do.
David has done some nice doublee, which you might find helpful: It should be a model well suited for 8 to 9 year olds. I cant quite figure out how to make the double star flexicube Is there another way to make the double star flexicube.
Is there a template that is easy enough for an eleven year old. Simply check the related video http: Skip to main content.
Double Star Flexicube David Brill. Diagrams in the book: Double Star Flexicube David Brill: Review of the paper used: The paper used for folding the model is A7 or A6 though I suggest using A7. I folded the model from A8. I think using anything larger just results in too big a model.
Well, the A8 size I guess is less wasteful. Hi Lee, Yes, there’s an easy way of getting a Flexidube of David from a triangle. Hope this helps, — Sara.
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