4 Comments

  1. says:

    Could you provide a tutorial on the rate of proportionality between the two please.

    • Dave Brill says:

      In fact there wasn’t an elegant way of doing this (in an origami sense). I used trial and error: firstly I made the Yoshimoto Cube (aka Double Star Flexicube), then measured the edge size of the “cube”. The side of the starting sheet for the box has to be 5 times the edge of cube, plus a little bit to make the fit comfortable. I needed a couple of attempts to make it fit well. Hope you have some success! Please show your results.

      Thanks for your interest and for writing.

  2. ariel says:

    is there a easier way to make a double star flexicube iv’e been searching all of YouTube.

    • Dave Brill says:

      This is the most direct way I could make the DSF (aka YoshimotoCube no 1) in origami. I strive for simplicity! You may be able to find more direct ways of making one using cut and paste methods… Search for Yoshimoto Cube no 1. Good luck!

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