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.
PET VASE CAP_03_slitredpah.com
PET VASE CAP_03_slit is VASE CAP that can be attached to the PET bottles for carbonated. (It depends on the type of plastic bottles.) Easily I enjoy the up cycle!Output of the future 3D printer in the same way as the PET bottles also I am hoping to put out the recycling.Of support under the screw portion Please remove after output.About size 77x66x61 mm
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.
This vase is made in two pieces, One is the vase and the bottom part is the support and water collector. You can take off it in a very easy way, just sliding it up. You can also choose between 2 differents support.In the first one you will see the continuity of the vase to the support and water collector, in the second one as you can see in the images, will be a 5 mm of space between the parts.