Polydrafter Irreptiling. Tile a polydrafter with smaller copies of itself, not necessarily equal. | |

Polydrafter Bireptiles. Join two copies of a polydrafter, then dissect the result into equal smaller copies of it. | |

The Didrafter Fish. Form a compact shape with the 13 proper and extended didrafters. | |

Scaled Polydrafter Tetrads. Join four similar polydrafters so that each borders the other three. | |

Convex Figures with Didrafter Pairs. Make a convex polydrafter with copies of two didrafters. | |

Convex Figures with Didrafter Triplets. Make a convex polydrafter with copies of three didrafters. | |

Convex Shapes from the 13 Didrafters. Make a convex polydrafter with the 13 didrafters. | |

Rectangles Tiled with Three Didrafters. Make a rectangle with copies of three didrafters. | |

Regular Hexagons Tiled with Three Didrafters. Make a regular hexagon with copies of three didrafters. | |

Making a Rectangle from Different Didrafters. Make a rectangle out of up to eight distinct didrafters. | |

Didrafters at Scales 1 and 5. Arrange a double set of the 13 didrafters to form copies of a didrafter at scales 1 and 5. | |

Inflated Didrafters. Form a convex shape with the 13 didrafters after expanding some at integer scales or scales of an integer times √3. | |

Convex Figures with Tridrafter Pairs. Make a convex shape with copies of two tridrafters. | |

Galaxies from the 14 Tridrafters. Join the 14 proper tridrafters to make a shape with 6-rotary symmetry. | |

Stelo Twins and Triplets.
Use Jacques Ferroul's Stelo pieces
to make multiple copies of the same shape. |

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