Small, hinged polygons to assemble polyhedrons and play with. For more information, see the fillygons website.
To run, the Python project in the repository needs to be installed into a virtualenv and the virtualenv needs to be activated the Makefile needs an activated Python virtualenv with the Python project in the repository installed:
$ python3 -m venv venv $ . venv/bin/activate (venv) $ pip install -e . Obtaining file:///[...]/fillygons Requirement already satisfied: sympy in ./venv/lib/python3.5/site-packages (from fillygons==0.0.0) Requirement already satisfied: mpmath>=0.19 in ./venv/lib/python3.5/site-packages (from sympy->fillygons==0.0.0) Installing collected packages: fillygons Found existing installation: fillygons 0.0.0 Uninstalling fillygons-0.0.0: Successfully uninstalled fillygons-0.0.0 Running setup.py develop for fillygons Successfully installed fillygons
make -j 10 generated to generate OpenSCAD source files for all variants. The files are placed in subdirectories of
You can either open up the
.scad files on OpenSCAD or compile them directly to STL files using e.g.
To build all STL files, run
make stl. But this will take a very long time, up to several hours.
Therefore this repository contains precompiled STL files:
(venv) $ make [generate_sources] 433 files [openscad] src/variants/0.2mm/3-gon/filled.stl [...]
Some unit tests are included in the form images being rendered from of specifically generated test STL files. The rendered images are compared with expected images. Run
make test to compare the rendered to the expected images and report any differences
To add new fillygon models, edit the file