Triangle Piece

posted Aug 2, 2009, 6:54 PM by Paul Wasson   [ updated Aug 2, 2009, 7:30 PM ]
Today we cut out 4 yellow triangle pieces.  Each piece is 100 mm on a side and feature seven 5 mm holes.  The tips of the triangle and rounded so not to be too sharp.  The holes on the sides are centered 5 mm from the edge, so there is 2.5 mm between the edge of the triangle and the edge of the hole.  Each piece has a triangle pattern etched into the center.  We painted one of the triangle with black paint to highlight the etching.

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The 5 mm holes work great as Acroyear is demonstrating.

Here is a close up of the unpainted etching.

And the painted triangle.

In the following picture we used red electrical tape to simulate the red connectors from the prototype pictures to make a pyramid shape.

It already fun to play with and we only have one of the shapes!