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Non-Modular Hexagons: 60

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[Non-Modular Hexagons]

The boxes featured on this page were all designed by Tomoko Fuse. Each lid required one sheet of paper and each base required one sheet. A4 paper (210 mm x 297 mm) works best, but rectangular sheets of other dimensions may also be used, resulting in boxes of many different sizes and heights.
 
The type of boxes shown here are very challenging to make because of the many precise pre-creases required, plus a tricky "twist-down" technique. Scoring the pre-creases helps a lot.
 
If you have already mastered Tomoko Fuse's non-modular pentagon boxes, then her hexagons will be easier, since many of the steps are the same or similar.

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