ClipArt illustrations of bifrusta, or bifrustum, which are polyhedral solids that combine two frustum across a plane of symmetry.

Illustration of a conical bifrustum created by three parallel planes of circles with the middle plane largest. The top and bottom circles are congruent. It is constructed from two congruent frustums across a plane of symmetry.

Conical Bifrustum

Illustration of a conical bifrustum created by three parallel planes of circles with the middle plane…

Illustration of a decagonal bifrustum created by three parallel planes of decagons with the middle plane largest. The top and bottom decagons are congruent. It can be constructed from two congruent frustums across a plane of symmetry, or as a bipyramid with truncated vertices.

Decagonal Bifrustum

Illustration of a decagonal bifrustum created by three parallel planes of decagons with the middle plane…

Illustration of a hexagonal bifrustum created by three parallel planes of hexagons with the middle plane largest. The top and bottom hexagons are congruent. It can be constructed from two congruent frustums across a plane of symmetry, or as a bipyramid with truncated vertices.

Hexagonal Bifrustum

Illustration of a hexagonal bifrustum created by three parallel planes of hexagons with the middle plane…

Illustration of a octagonal bifrustum created by three parallel planes of octagons with the middle plane largest. The top and bottom octagons are congruent. It can be constructed from two congruent frustums across a plane of symmetry, or as a bipyramid with truncated vertices.

Octagonal Bifrustum

Illustration of a octagonal bifrustum created by three parallel planes of octagons with the middle plane…

Illustration of a square bifrustum created by three parallel planes of squares with the middle plane largest. The top and bottom squares are congruent. It can be the combination of two congruent frustums across a plane of symmetry, or as a bipyramid with truncated vertices.

Square Bifrustum

Illustration of a square bifrustum created by three parallel planes of squares with the middle plane…