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ANICE stool

by tart2000, published

ANICE stool by tart2000 Feb 10, 2014

Description

Parametric core to build a(n)ice stool.
You can choose:

  • legs diameter
  • support height / thickness
  • tilt angle
    OpenScad file 1 and 2 have a different support system (1 is as pictured and 2 has a circular support).

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Tart200, any update on the concrete solution?
That's some brilliant idea!)
And some magnificent bobble-in-ice pattern you captured!)
Cool! disqus.com/thingiverse-6a0e953d54ed88057596d1f1f9ff0889/ Any recommendations on which resin to use? You based in Montreal by any chance?

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Instructions

To make it:

  • download the openscad files from my Thingiverse account
  • set your own parameters and generate the stl
  • 3D print the core
  • add the wooden legs, put in a bucket with some water
  • put it outside
  • wait (about 32 hours)
  • tada!

You can also replace ice with concrete (which I'm trying at the moment).

<p>Tart200, any update on the concrete solution?</p>

<p>That's some brilliant idea!)<br>And some magnificent bobble-in-ice pattern you captured!)</p>

<p>I pour resin in buckets all the time. It was my first thought when I saw this. Works like a charm! Wld love to try this, just need my 3D printer!</p>

<p>Cool! http://disqus.com/thingiverse-6a0e953d54ed88057596d1f1f9ff0889/ Any recommendations on which resin to use? You based in Montreal by any chance?</p>

<p>It would be cool to replace ice with epoxy resin...</p>

<p>Yeah cool! Let me know if you give that a try. Not sure how epoxy would turn out in a plastic bucket though...</p>

<p>Very punny.</p>

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