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What does a gyroid look like in a dodecahedron? Of course, one can just print a dodecahedron using the gyroid (3D) infill while leaving the top and/or bottom open (layer=0). However, the gyroid is either too dense or not smooth. The present design takes a gyroid approximation and allows it to intersect with a dodecahedron for various views. The gyroid structure can be readily seen within the dodecahedron.
By default, the dodecahedron has an edge length of 58.78mm or a face circumradius of 50mm. It can be scaled down to, say 75% or even 25%, for small printing spaces.
Where the bottom half is exposed, minimal support is needed to support the gyroid. Otherwise, the models can be printed without support.
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2022-10-23 at 23:00
?Published to Thingiverse on: 2022-10-24 at 00:50
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