a hexagonal prism
a hexogonal prism
it is called a hexagonal prism prisms are named by the shape of their bases
8 * * * * * There is no 3-D shape made from regular hexagons. The previous answer may refer to a hexagonal prism. But that is not a 3-D hexagon: the shape has two hexagonal faces and six rectangles - not just hexagons.
The faces are always rectangles on prisms, so if it's a triangular prism the bases are triangles; if it's a rectangular prism, the bases are rectangles; if it's a hexagonal prism, the bases are hexagons. Any polygon can form the base of a prism. Some people also consider cylinders to be circular prisms. In which case any closed plane shape can form the base of a prism.
There cannot be a 3-d shape all of whose faces are regular hexagons.---that claim above is not true, because for example a classic soccerball consists of hexagons.
6 rectangles an 2 hexagon * * * * * A hexagonal prism.
A hexagonal prism.