Polydrafters & Polydudes

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   Polydrafters are formed from 30, 60, 90 triangles. The name, coined by Ed Pegg Jr., refers to the drafting tool of the same shape. The joints between the pieces are restricted as follows: a mirror copy along either of the shorter sides; a mirror copy or 180 rotation along the hypotenuse; a copy with the right angle placed at the centre of the hypotenuse. These joints are shown below. Polydudes consist of those polydrafters with all joints longer than the shortest side, and are marked with an asterisk. Extended or improper polydrafters are made using all possible joints.

  Monodrafter - 1 (1 tile)    Monodudes - 0

         

  Didrafters - 6 (12 tiles)    Didudes - 3

1* 2* 3* 4 5 6

  Extended Didrafters - 7 (14 tiles)

1 2* 3* 4 5 6 7

  Tridrafter - 14 (42 tiles)    Tridudes - 1, Extended tridrafters - 74

1* 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12
       
13 14        

 

 Polydrafters Polydudes Extended polydrafters
Tetradrafters - 64 Tetradudes - 9 Extended Tetradrafters - 977
Pentadrafters - 237 Pentadudes - 15  
Hexadrafters  - 1024 Hexadudes - 59  
Heptadrafters - 4254 Heptadudes - 152  
Octadrafters   - 18664 Octadudes   - 513  
Ennedrafters  - 81865 Ennedudes  - 1539  

 

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