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The Henneberg surface is a non-orientable (one sided, like the mobius strip) self-intersecting minimal surface named after Lebrecht Henneberg, who discovered it in 1875. Until 1981, it was the only known non-orientable minimal surface. This version is printed as a mesh, to be less expensive and make the structure more visible. Plotted in Mathematica, thickened in Meshlab.