Folding Modular Models - Polyhedrals by Francis Ow. Folding Modular Models - Polyhedrals This page has many graphics and illustrate how to fold a few simple models.
Due to its graphical nature, loading of this page will be slow. Modular models are where simple modules are first folded, these simple modules are then lock together without the use of glue to form the complete model. I have created many modular creations using different number of simple modules. I have also created many Polyhedral Models using modules. SIP_Assembly.pdf. Mukerji Excerpt. A4 Rhombic Unit by Nick Robinson. Hackysack.pdf. An easy way for dividing paper into thirds, fifths, sevenths, or nth. Dodecahedron Instructions with A6 paper. This A6 Dodecahedron uses 12 sheets of A-sized paper.
Take a sheet of A5 or A6 paper and fold it in half and unfold. Do this for vertical and horizontal so you can identify the center.Fold the top right and bottom left corners to the center.Repeat, fold the top left and bottom right corners to the center.Fold model in half. Tuck flaps A and B under one another so the unit locks together. Mountain fold the right and left arms down to form a pentagon. It may take a few tries to get it perfect but the better your pentagon, the better will be your dodecahedron.Make 12 units and assemble by inserting the tabs on one unit into the pockets of the second unit.
Dodeca4.pdf. Box.pdf. Origami Nut. Modular: free diagrams instructing you how to fold modular origami models. These modulars are made available by the origami community at large.
If you have a model that you would like to share, or if you see your model here and would like it removed, please Contact Us. Diagrams are intended for personal use. Copyright of the models lie with the origami creators and designers. 9781568813165_marvelous_modular_origami.pdf. How to make a closed rectangular origami box II: page 1. Origami-Make: Instructions to learn how to make origami models.