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Nine-Sided (Enneagonal) Box

A fairly easy modular by Dennis Walker. Enneagonal since it has 9 angles, but it’s actually a nonagon which stands for 9 sides.

It holds together all right since all the modules are solidly interlocked.

Paper to use

I used thicker paper to make it, but I think normal paper would be better. You need 9 square papers to do it, 3 of each color.

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