by JelleAtProtospace, published
This vase looks pretty all by itself, but if you look closer you might discover the involute gear profile in the sides. Will that keep your techhead happy?
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Al slicers I know wil try to make a an outside and an inside wall in that case, which prevents a single line wall that spirals up. You want that to avoid the ugly 'skeinforge seam' (in this case though it might not be too visible).
I saw that, "and no top" portion but ignored it anyway. I wasn't implying that the model is wrong, just that I wish the model itself was open on the top already (without having to run a plugin). Mostly, I wish I had though about it before printing. But I think it will be okay once I chop the top off. The print came out well, at least - I'll post it tonight.
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1) Scale to fit your 3D printer. Adjust settings to get a guaranteed watertight vase (test it, I didn't :)
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