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Random Vase V2

by chopmeister, published

Random Vase V2 by chopmeister Oct 1, 2011

Description

A random object made to test the new Netfabb profiles for Ultimaker. Works great as a toothbrush cup! I printed mine with the Standard VASE profile (0.15mm layersize).

(PLEASE DOWNLOAD V2 instead of randomvase.stl)

V2: Fixed some angles which might have prevented slicing and printing with certain layer sizes. Re-edited the topology on the top and bottom sides.
Also added a version with thick walls, if anyone wants to print it that way, should work in skeinforge too.

Added a 3 mm wall version.

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What is the thing sitting next to it?

I know, I got a mail from them to start uploading models there, but haven't found time to reply unfortunately. It's been removed since as I can see. But thanks for the heads up!

BTW, did you get my message? I sent you one some time ago...

its was copied to a french site, btw: http://en.cults3d.com/home/vas...

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Instructions

Print the solid one with no infill and no upskins. Good luck!

PS. It's supposed to be 10 cm tall. I don't know if 3dsmax exported the STL in the right size, so check it before printing. Or don't. :)

PPS. I think the scale is correct now.

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girdlescletch on Mar 5, 2014 said:

What is the thing sitting next to it?

bkubicek on Jan 16, 2014 said:

its was copied to a french site, btw: http://en.cults3d.com/home/vas...

chopmeister on Jan 18, 2014 said:

I know, I got a mail from them to start uploading models there, but haven't found time to reply unfortunately. It's been removed since as I can see. But thanks for the heads up!

BTW, did you get my message? I sent you one some time ago...

tetalab on Mar 22, 2012 said:

Have you used openscad to generate this vase?

Would you share it?

I've began to reverse-engineer it, but I'm confused with the computation of the edges...

Thanks a lot :)

chopmeister on Mar 24, 2012 said:

hi there. no, unfortunately I don't use openscad. I work in 3dsmax. this is a segmented box with procedural noise and finished by hand. basically I moved the vertices around until it 'felt right' ;)

Anonymous on Mar 7, 2012 said:

Would love to see this as an interactive vase creator

Wixti on Mar 7, 2012 said:

I've used a modified version of this model to make table lamps for a little Jazz Festival in Switzerland. It came out really nice. Thank you for the base. Here are a couple of images from the festival.

(Just to clarify I'm a student in architecture and did not earn any money from the making of those lamps)

chopmeister on Mar 7, 2012 said:

No problem. I used to be an architecture student too, hehe. Good work with all that, I like the moody atmosphere. Thanks a lot for sharing the pics, I'll post some on my FB to brag a bit if you don't mind. :)

Anonymous on Oct 14, 2011 said:

Oi Chop krenuo sam raditi neki designe za spider-a... mislim da
će ti biti zanimljivo daj javi se koji dan za kavu neku. 8-)

nycdesigner on Oct 7, 2011 said:

I'd still like a thinner-walled version. I'll accept that I can't slice a single-walled one, but I wouldn't mine one with about a 3mm wall; that would still look great!

chopmeister on Oct 7, 2011 said:

And voila, there it is. Good luck printing. :)

nycdesigner on Oct 2, 2011 said:

I cannot get it to slice completely hollow, even when fill is set to 0. There are random areas throughout where it tries to put in partial fills. Also there is a top. How do I fix this?

Disrespective on Oct 3, 2011 said:

The piece is modeled as a solid with some strange overlaps on some triangles. I've had a go at fixing it in netfabb and will try a print later to see how it goes.

chopmeister on Oct 2, 2011 said:

Both sound like skeinforge issues. Since I don't use it, I'm not really the person to ask about skeinforge settings. Sorry :( Hopefully, someone who understands it better can help you, so I can post the instructions.

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