Ass Vase

by JelleBoomstra, published

Ass Vase by JelleBoomstra Apr 17, 2012
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This is not what it looks like! Or maybe it is, if you like it that way. If you look from the top, you will see a heart though.
The thing was an actually an experiment to make a single walled vase with a thicker lip, but the curvy shap was a find too good to pass.


I printed this with Cura, 1mm wall, 0.8mm nozzle (you might get away with that setting without actually having a 0.8 nozzle installed), 0.4mm layer height, 6sec min layer time, 1.2mm bottom, no top and 'joris' enabled. (last two settings in expert). I rotated the curvy part towards the fan as you probably want the least defects there... :)

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my kind of vase

Oddly enough this model seems to be filled in when I load it into Sketchup. Also on the Thingiverse 3D viewer. Anyone know what happened to the model file?

ah, use cura and print it with the vase settings. The model is designed solid, if you print with no infill and no top you get a vase. So nothing odd, just a peculiar technique to get the best results printing.

you are definately a hopeless romantic, lol