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  • Part 1: Introduction
  • Part 2: Preliminaries
    • Polyhedral Basis for Models
    • Assembly Instructions
    • Symbol Definitions and Constructions
    • How to make Equilateral Triangles
    • Adapting Paper or Money to a Starting Shape
  • Part 3: Sonobe System
    • Chain of Four Isosceles Right Triangles Module
            Basic Module, 6-, 12-, 24-unit cubes, Toshie Takahama's Jewel and Other Cube-Corner Stellated Forms, Variation
    • Chain of Four Equilateral Triangles Module
  • Part 4: Decoration Box System
    • 90-degree Module: Square Faces and Variations, Original Decoration Box From a Square, From a Half Square or 4x3, Bands Exposing the Reverse Color, Truncated Corners, Ninja Star
            Cube-Corner Stellated Forms: Combining 90 Degrees and 45 Degrees in One Module
            Modified Ninja Star Module
    • 60-Degree Module: Triangular Faces and Variations
            Basic Module: Half-Square Plank
            Exact 60-Degree Construction
    • 108-Degree Module: Pentagonal Faces, Dodecahedron
  • Part 5: Gyroscope System
    • From a Square
            Basic Module
            "Sunkated" or Truncated Module
    • From a Triangle
            Basic Module
  • Part 6: Miscellaneous Modules
    • Twist Cube
    • Photo Cube
    • Partially Truncated Modular Cube
    • Magic Cubes

Title: Modular Origami Polyhedra, revised and enlarged edition
Author: Bennett Arnstein, Rona Gurkewitz, Lewis Simon
Format/Publication Date: TPB:1999
Publisher: Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, NY
Language: English
Page Count: 60
Book Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISBN: 0486404765

SUMMARY- This is the expanded version of the 1989 "Modular Origami Polyhedra" by Lewis Simon and Bennett Arnstein. Mr. Simon was a pioneer in modular origami during the 1960s. They explain the Sonobe system(named after Mitsunobu Sonobe of Japan), and give several models. This book isn't for novices.