There are six unique sterications of the 5-simplex, including permutations of truncations, cantellations, and runcinations. The simplest stericated 5-simplex is also called an expanded 5-simplex, with the first and last nodes ringed, for being constructible by an expansion operation applied to the regular 5-simplex. The highest form, the steriruncicantitruncated 5-simplex is more simply called an omnitruncated 5-simplex with all of the nodes ringed.
A stericated 5-simplex can be constructed by an expansion operation applied to the regular 5-simplex, and thus is also sometimes called an expanded 5-simplex. It has 30 vertices, 120 edges, 210 faces (120 triangles and 90 squares), 180 cells (60 tetrahedra and 120 triangular prisms) and 62 4-faces (12 5-cells, 30 tetrahedral prisms and 20 3-3 duoprisms).
The maximal cross-section of the stericated hexateron with a 4-dimensional hyperplane is a runcinated 5-cell. This cross-section divides the stericated hexateron into two pentachoral hypercupolas consisting of 6 5-cells, 15 tetrahedral prisms and 10 3-3 duoprisms each.
A second construction in 6-space, from the center of a rectified 6-orthoplex is given by coordinate permutations of:
The Cartesian coordinates in 5-space for the normalized vertices of an origin-centered stericated hexateron are:
The omnitruncated 5-simplex has 720 vertices, 1800 edges, 1560 faces (480 hexagons and 1080 squares), 540 cells (360 truncated octahedra, 90 cubes, and 90 hexagonal prisms), and 62 4-faces (12 omnitruncated 5-cells, 30 truncated octahedral prisms, and 20 6-6 duoprisms).
The omnitruncated 5-simplex is the permutohedron of order 6. It is also a zonotope, the Minkowski sum of six line segments parallel to the six lines through the origin and the six vertices of the 5-simplex.
The full snub 5-simplex or omnisnub 5-simplex, defined as an alternation of the omnitruncated 5-simplex is not uniform, but it can be given Coxeter diagram and symmetry [[3,3,3,3]]+, and constructed from 12 snub 5-cells, 30 snub tetrahedral antiprisms, 20 3-3 duoantiprisms, and 360 irregular 5-cells filling the gaps at the deleted vertices.
These polytopes are a part of 19 uniform 5-polytopes based on the [3,3,3,3] Coxeter group, all shown here in A5 Coxeter plane orthographic projections. (Vertices are colored by projection overlap order, red, orange, yellow, green, cyan, blue, purple having progressively more vertices)