A number of attractive 6-compounds of the regular dodecahedron can be constructed. The first (left figures) can be obtained by combining six dodecahedra, each rotated by 1/10 of a turn about the line joining the centroids of opposite faces (Hart).

A second attractive dodecahedron compound (middle figures) can be constructed from the first cube 20-compound (E. Weisstein, Aug. 30, 2023). This compound is similar in appearance to the dodecahedron 5-compound in that it has pentagonal "dimples," but its "bumps" are more complicated in shape. The vertices of this compound lead to a cube 25-compound and a tetrahedron 50-compound.

These compounds are implemented in the Wolfram Language as `PolyhedronData`[`"DodecahedronSixCompound"`,
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and 2.

These dodecahedron 6-compounds are illustrated above together with their icosahedron 6-compound duals and common midspheres.

The common solids and convex hulls are illustrated above.