Simple complexity

It was my first time using a laser cutter. I decided to start with a perfectly symmetrical geometry to keep things simple. I took a dodecahedron, making each facet a component, then dived into detailing it. The outcome had the smallest number of components, while got amazingly visual complicated.

Click to see the assembly-in-process pictures:

This is a project for class 4.510: Materializing Design by Prof. Larry Sass.
Tools used: SketchUp

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