yet another vase

by joo, published

yet another vase by joo Jan 22, 2012

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Update 27.06.14: Added trivase_solid for use with open source slicing programs
a twisted triangular shaped vase
inspired by www.thingiverse.com/thing:12120 and http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:6465 i decided to try myself at a design for a vase.
made with 3dsmax, height ~90mm

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here's a video of it being printed! :)

Just manually moving verts around in blender :) 

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<p>here's a video of it being printed! :)</p>


<p>Nice model. Love the design! </p>

<p>However I had some problems with getting the corners watertight, so I've made a derivative with slightly thicker walls at the corners :) </p>

joo - in reply to ninjinx

<p> Thanks for sharing! How did you do that? I once searched meshlab for that kind of function but was lost in the menus :)</p>

ninjinx - in reply to joo

<p>Just manually moving verts around in blender :) </p>

<p>This part has given me a lot of trouble, and I still haven't managed to make one that I'm happy with. The first 0.5cm of height really wants to over-print the corners, and I've had some layer adhesion/alignment issues along the sides in the same height region.</p>

<p>Printing with no extra perimeters helped a lot, but it's still not great.</p>

<p>Prusa with sprinter experimental, sliced with slic3r, 0.25 layer height, 1 perimeter, no infill, standard feedrates.</p>

joo - in reply to crispy

<p>you might want to try lower feedrates. On my print the inner and outer shell aren't connected, but the edges look quite nice (and are connected). I also used slic3r, 0.2mm layer height, printed on an eMaker Huxley with Sanginololu board and standard firmware. </p>

<p>I may get a version online with "flat" surfaces and a constant wall thickness. Currently theres a little edge which i thougt looks quite nice.</p>

crispy - in reply to joo

<p>I agree the little ripple caused by the walls rejoining looks very nice.</p>

<p>Once the walls reach their consistent thickness it prints fine. Where I have trouble is the base, where the wall thickness seems to be changing as you go up the part and there's a very large overhang.</p>

<p>I thought the problem was that sprinter+sfact don't print rounded corners quite right, but I sw<br>itched to sprinter experimental with lookahead and there was only a very small difference in quality. </p>

<p>I'll keep playing with it. Dropping the extra perimeter made a big difference, so there is obviously room for improvement on the slicing side.</p>

joo - in reply to crispy

<p>while printing my own white version of it i probably had the same problem as you... the layers were printed too quick and the building heat caused curling etc.. Only with a fan i got acceptable results, while still looking a bit messy. At some point in the future i have to try ABS instead of PLA, since these kind of problems are due to the nature of the lower melting point of PLA. </p>

<p>maybe printing 2 at once with an added cooling fan could get you a nice copy :)</p>

<p>Nice one!</p>

<p>Printed at 37mm/s on a thingo. 1 extra shell and no fill.</p>

<p>Looks 8-)</p>

joo - in reply to Crypto

<p>Looks great in white :-D</p>