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Rotegrity 3v{1,2} by TaffGoch Rotegrity 3v{1,2} by TaffGoch
Geodesic rotegrity, or nexorade, based on tessellation of the icosahedron

60 red bands
30 green bands
60 yellow bands
60 blue bands

Using these dimensions will produce a sphere of unit (1.000000) radius
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makebolo Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2017
Hello,
i would like to have some explanation about those number like 0,153871 or 0,179715 are they chord factor which i multiply with the radius to get the lenght of the band?
What about the holes, are they equally  perforated along the bands?
thanks in advance for your reply
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TaffGoch Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2017
Each number is the distance between hole-centerpoints, when the band is laid flat (so, it's not a chord-factor, but an "arc-factor.") Use them as you would use chord-factors. As stated in the description, values will produce a unit-radius sphere.

Provision of "arc-factor" measurements lets you use various band widths and end-cut treatments.
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makebolo Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2017
Thanks for your answer.
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bear48 Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2016  Professional
but wait there is more 

nice 
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LuxXeon Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Beautiful pattern.  I love the idea of using connected, color-coded "bands" to represent the interwoven edge tessellation of the geodesic grid.
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