When faced with the reality that we would punching dozens of holes into the modules, we agreed that using a hole punch was not a good solution, although it was fast, it wasn’t going to be the right tool for creating the precise and consistent holes that we were looking for. Christina came upon a new and exciting tool for punching holes into leather, which offered a variety of hole sizes and it was much easier to see where we could place the punch to create the hole.
Using paper fasteners/split pins to connect one tetrahedron to the next
Looking at using rivets to add an element of delight but also to finish off the hole in a tidy way. It will also help to prevent the cardboard and paper from being damaged by cable ties and split pins. And we think it looks pretty cool!