With a bit of work following his instructions I was able to replicate the results in SolidWorks. I could fit two parts together, but beyond that the pattern broke down, and wouldn't repeat regularly. The most I've seen assembled together at once (of any scutoid model) is 4, as seen in this video.
After a little head scratching I found that changing the hexagon from a regular hexagon to one where some of the angles matched that of the pentagon let the scutoids fit together in a repeating pattern. It looks cool, though holes are part of the pattern. Now I need a 3D printer that can do color...
Scutoid.SLDPRT - recreation of the scutoid from the tech blog
Scutoid B.SLDPRT - rework for continuous patterning
Thanks for checking out my method of creating a scutoid! I realize that the method that I have come up with doesn't work for all side lengths and heights, but it does generate many different scutoids. Here is a link to the scutoid that I created if you want to check it out! Awesome work on this, you are the man!