Floret geodesic sphere


#1

Stats: 180 faces, 450 connectors for a total of 630 parts. Several hours to weed and assemble, I’m going to have to ice my poor fingers.


#2

Amazing !


#3

Oh my god. This is some pretty awesome work! Did you design the whole thing? Was it easy to put together? Amazing!


#4

That last pic looks malevolent as AF. Good job!


#5

I designed it yes, and no, not easy to put together :slight_smile:

Takes a lot of patience, I’d say the build took a total of 7 or 8 hours between weeding and assembly. I’m glad it’s done!


#6

Fantastic!


#7

Man, that lights up the whole room! Great job! :grinning:


#8

It turned out incredible!


#9

Holy cats!


#10

This. Is. AWESOME.


#11

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#12

Wow – that is magical!


#13

This is just amazing! What an effort on the assembly and…the weeding! Ouch.

The light look magical :sunglasses: like it belong in a 70’s sci-fi movie about mind control.


#14

That is super cool!!


#15

Holy moly! I’d be tempted to use unmasked material to save my fingers, but the end result is totally worth your extra work (for me at least :wink:.


#16

Numbering the connection points is genius!


#17

Thanks! It’s pretty necessary, the angles are within a degree or two of each other, without the numbers it’s almost impossible to tell the difference between the connectors


#18

very rad


#19

That is crazy fabulous!! Lit up is it even cooler, awesome job. :+1:


#20

Stunning