From:

https://trmm.net/TetrahedronI got the code for interlocking Tetrahedron (in color):

"

$fn=30;

v=[

[+1,+1,+1],

[+1,-1,-1],

[-1,+1,-1],

[-1,-1,+1],

];

colors=["red","green","blue","yellow","purple"];

module tetrahedron(len,thick)

{

for(a=[0:2])

for(b=[a+1:3])

hull() {

translate(v[a]*len) sphere(r=thick);

translate(v[b]*len) sphere(r=thick);

}

}

for(i=[0:4])

{

color(colors[i])

rotate([0,-atan(sqrt(5)/2-0.5), i*360/5])

tetrahedron(20,2);

}

"

And elsewhere, I discovered it can also be done by connecting

the vertices of a dodecahedron.

What I'd like to do is add the dodecahedron (transparent) with

the interlocking tetrahedrons to be able to show just how the

vertices connect.

I tried doing it in Blender, but, I can't color the edges.

Without being able to color the edges, it's all black and there's

no clear way to determine easily which edges identify each

tetrahedron (as is shown here).

Anyone?

He also mentions adding the code:

"rotate($t*360)"

but is unclear as to where in the initial code that would go, to work.

Last line? Maybe.

Thanx