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Here is a detailed description of my actions to create Super Snowflakes

Frame a snowflake - very easily. it is necessary to follow rules of symmetry at all

levels

Joined: 04/28/2015
Groups: Go Science
Very first action: you need

Very first action: you need to frame a spiral and to freeze
it

the second action you have to apply the prescription (RECIPES)

http://fold.it/portal/recipe/101784

the main objective of the scenario to squeeze evenly spirals

We will receive result

Third action
We delete tapes having pressed a key (R)

Fourth action

The fourth action - we remove the freeze pressing (F)

Fifth action: To add the scenario
http://fold.it/portal/recipe/101783

Sixth action. Yielding the final result
We delete tapes having pressed a key (R)

Joined: 04/28/2015
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Brief information for the

Brief information for the experienced players
1) Creation of a spiral. Freezing of a spiral.
2) Application of the prescription http://fold .it/portal/recipe/101784
3) After a full simetra and balancing
4) Remove bands
5) Application of the scenario http://fold .it/portal/recipe/101783
6) After addition and symmetry to remove the prescription
7) Remove bands

In the final result, I tried to connect the ends of the length of each other

We get the correct mathematical symmetry as the bands evenly compress the segments

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Joined: 04/28/2015
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Also I have an idea for

Also I have an idea for generation of infinite correct forms.
1) A ready snowflake it is possible to freeze and repeat these two scenarios
(alignment in the frozen form)
2) Defrosting and soft tapes.
I ask to make this scenario (too many tapes can lead to the client's mistake)
Help to make completely automatic algorithm of these two actions

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