This blue-gray skeleton model of a rhombic dodecahedron has, as the name suggests, twelve sides that are rhombi. It was given out at a workshop on 3D printing at the MathFest meeting in Washington, D.C., in August, 2015. Laura Taalman of James Madison University gave a paper describing the models was entitled "Printed Catalan Wireframes: Designing with Mathematica, MeshLab, and TopMod." Objects 2015.3169.04 and 2015.3169.05 were collected at the same session.
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