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Figure 24: Transformation of Six-Strut Tensegrity Structures

Figure 24:  Transformation of Six-Strut Tensegrity Structures

Transformation of Six-Strut Tensegrity Structures: A six-strut tensegrity tetrahedron (A) can be transformed by sliding its six struts' twelve ends along the six outer tendons through the transition forms B and C to the six-strut, symmetrical octahedrons double strutted D (Iceland spar-like), and thence into the icosahedron E and F.

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