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He only came up with a couple of examples, but they weren't very satisfying,
broke some of his other requirements, and had low symmetry. More recently,
Alex Doskey discovered four new polyhedra which satisfied all the criteria and
were much more in the spirit of other Stewart toroids
(click here for one such model). They all had
octahedral symmetry. This prompted me to look for more, and in particular, to
see if I could find examples with icosahedral symmetry. I did find four more
examples with octahedral symmetry, as well as four new examples with
icosahedral symmetry (including the one shown here). They are all available in
**Great Stella**'s polyhedron library (the one
shown here is **Stella Library > More Stewart Toroids >
12(J6-Q5S5) + 20J63 + 60S5 + 60P5**).

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