NOTE-1

Each of the
OOO-, IOI-, OIO- type weavements consist of
equal quantities of left-handed & right-handed nodes
interdistributed among each other in a manner that is
unique for each of these weavement types.

Thus these weavement-types can be illustrated
per the best practices described in
(4) Best Practices
in 2 manners, with
either a left-handed top-front node
or a right-handed top-front node.

Shown below are illustrations of the
OOO-, IOI-, OIO- weavements
in each case showing a pair of weavements
with the weavement on the left having a
left-handed top-front node
and the weavement on the right having a
right-handed top-front node.

The weavements in each pair are
opposite-handed to each other.

In the case of the OOO-pair
the weavement on the right
is not uniquely different from
the weavement on the left.

It can be rotated
to become fully equivalent to
its partner on the left,
even to the point of
conforming to the best practices per
(4) Best Practices

In the case of the IOI-, OIO- pairs
the weavement on the right
is uniquely different from
the weavement on the left.

It cannot be rotated
to become fully equivalent to
its partner on the left,
to the point of
conforming to the best practices per
(4) Best Practices

When there is no clear advantage of
one weavement over the other in any pair
the weavement on the left should be the default choise,
for the sake of common practice.

The members of each successive pair
-or just their orientations to the viewer-
can be identified from left to right by type as follows:
“OOO,lh” & “OOO,rh”,
“IOI,lh” & “IOI,rh”,
“OIO,lh” & “OIO,rh”,
where “lh” & “rh” reflect the
handedness of the top-front node.

OOO-Weavements
IOI-Weavements
OIO-Weavements