2 in 1 – Fractal based add-on accessory to attach to an evening gown.(2 design files in 1 zip file)Both designs are 1~2mm thick and curved to fit a medium size bust.You can adjust them to your measurements with any 3D software.Each design volume: 80~ cubic cm3D Print them in White or Black Nylon (SLS)
A cuboctahedron lattice abstract, based on the evolution of a Schwarz P and Lidinoid surfaces. This attractive, multi-symmetrical shape was created with standard polygonal modeling techniques in 3dsmax. Makes an interesting desktop showpiece, and an excellent addition to any Math Art or 3D print collection! *Maker tutorial for 3dsmax and Blender available for this model.
A stunning, multi-dimensional sculpture, modeled using traditional polygonal modeling techniques in 3dsmax from an 8-point tetrahedron primitive. Makes an interesting desktop showpiece, and an excellent addition to any Math Art or 3D print collection! *Maker tutorial for 3dsmax and Blender available for this model.
Evolved from a cuboctahedron Archimedean solid, this gyroidal abstract showcases some lovely symmetry and curvature. This object makes a wonderful desktop showpiece, and perfect addition to any 3d printed mathematical art collection. Created using standard polygonal modeling techniques in 3dsmax, a maker tutorial video is available as well.
A fascinating, mathematical sculpture, consisting of concentric, linked truncated dodecahedrons. Created "by hand", using traditional polygonal modeling techniques in 3dsmax. Makes a very interesting desktop showpiece, and a perfect addition to any 3d printed Math Art collection. *Maker video tutorials for 3dsmax and Blender are available for this object.
Part of the Julia Vase collection:http://www.thingiverse.com/virtox/collections/julia-vaseThis the dualstrusion cousin of the "Julia Vase #011 Heatwave".As with #004 Yin Yang, color is straight from the formula that also made the shape.In this case a cubic Julia with a spatial distortion filter.No dualstrusion?I have yet to try but I think in this case you could even print the separate parts and glue them together ;-)Do you like/print our designs? We humbly accept donations:http://blog.virtox.net/2013/10/25/virtox-accepts-donations/