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TriTangle is essentially the upper three axes of a bandaged Impossiball (aka Kilominx), with the shape of an asymmetrically flattened triangular dipyramid.
TriTangle was developed to make use of the near five-way symmetry produced by a diagonal slice through the triangular dipyramid shape. In order to achieve true five-way symmetry, the dipyramid had to flatten somewhat into the form used for the TriTangle. The result is a puzzle that seems very simple. But due to the bandaging and the constant shape-shifting, TriTangle can be tricky to solve despite only having seven moving parts visible.
Image 8 depicts the kilominx which is bandaged in a way which makes it equivalent to this puzzle.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: David Pitcher, Lawrence Cuthbert.
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