Ripple Vase 1cults3d.com
Green models printed on Robox.Gray model Printed on Zim.Skin Tone & Natural models printed on Printrbot Simple.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQIFjTD7Z1Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBZ_pMbcL4g  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQIFjTD7Z1Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBZ_pMbcL4g
A King's Vaseredpah.com
3D print yourself a decorative vase worthy of a king. For this experimental modeling technique I used 3 wave deformers to 'wrap' an intricate wave pattern seamlessly around the vase.This vase is made using your slicers /vase mode/. This means the 3D .stl file is solid and the wall thickness is defined in your slicer settings.Typically I slice using 3-5 perimeters for optimum strength and build success. You will want about 4-5 layers on the bottom surface and 0 for the top so the upper surface prints as an opening. These settings can easily be achieved in the popular slicer known as Simplify3D./After creating many vase and bowl models with pre-made thickness I have switched over to designing items for vase mode slicing. The main benefit is that the item can be printed very small or very large from the same source file. You can also customize the wall thickness based on how much material you want to use./
Spiral Growth – Vasenunus-world.com
An intricate vase created with a spiral growth. It looks very interesting from the side view or when you rotate - it is mesmerizing. It has a pine cone like appearance.Spiral Growth - Vase  by SteedMaker  is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike  license. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:523367 http://www.thingiverse.com/SteedMaker http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
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.