To make a vase, print with several bottom layers, two walls, and no top layers.Blender seemed to have trouble with the STL export of this. As a result, you'll need to scale it up a fair bit in your slicing program. I used Slic3r and from memory it needed 1000% scaling. It printed fine.
Pineapple Tulip Vaseyoumagine.com
Created a vase in Blender, as we didn't have any for flowers. This printed great first time with ColorFabb's XT material, never used it before. 60mm/s, 250C extruder, 60C bed with glue stick and some brim, 0.25 layer height, single walled spiralised, no infill, no top, 0.8 bottom thickness. Took just under 1hr to print. Needed to rinse the build plate with cold water to remove as I didn't want to damage such a great first XT print!When filled, water will bead on the surface, but you can put a clear freezer bad inside and fill it instead.
Makerbeam Vase Iyoumagine.com
## Moved over from Takerbot's Thingiverse...#Unfortunately, all the images were cropped by YouMagine :(Due to the bended geometry, the STL has some overlapping edges. Kisslicer was the one and only slicer I found, that can handle this... Make sure to have enough filament loaded. I didn't, as you can see in the image ;-) Happy printing!
Julia Vase #002 - Yin Yangyoumagine.com
The dual extrusion counterpart to Julia Vase #002 - Flow.The coloring based on the original fractal argument. Part of the Julia Vase collection.Created using a morphing Julia animation, which is stacked and turned into a vase form.Tools used are all custom programs, based around voxelized generation.The final voxel models were converted to polygons using a marching cubes algorithm.
Julia Vase #011 - Solar flareyoumagine.com
The dual extrusion cousin of the "Julia Vase #011 Heatwave".The coloring pattern is straight from the formula that also made the shape.Part of the Julia Vase collection.Created using a morphing Julia animation, which is stacked and turned into a vase form.Tools used are all custom programs, based around voxelized generation.The final voxel models were converted to polygons using a marching cubes algorithm.No dualstrusion?I have yet to try, but I think in this case you could even print the separate parts and glue them together ;-)