Chiral Symmetrohedron #2

In the last post here, I displayed a chiral symmetrohedron derived from the snub dodecahedron, and today I am presenting its “little brother,” which is derived from the snub cube. Both models were created using the “morph duals by truncation” function of Stella 4d: Polyhedron Navigator, a program you can download and try, for free, at this website. This newer solid contains six squares, 32 equilateral triangles, and 24 irregular pentagons, for a total of 62 faces.

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