Customizable Bezier Bowl
by anoved, published
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Create smoothly curved containers such as bowls, urns, or vases with this customizable design. Beginning with a side view, you draw Bezier curve control points in a polygon widget; the resulting curve is turned into a cross section that is spun as if on a lathe or potter's wheel to produce the final model.
Here is a brief screencast demonstrating how to draw Bezier curve control points with this customizer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVwQY6czCPw The attached screenshot overlays a frame from the screencast with additional details.
Produces solid models intended to be printed with zero infill and zero top layers. (Alternatively, stop your printer around 90% to prevent top layers from being printed.)
Part of my Customizable Containers series.
(Does Thingiverse garble UTF? Let's look at the accented "e" in the word that follows to find out: BÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂÃÂ©zier. Not initially, but after passing through the Edit Thing page again, it appears so.)
I printed the
bezier-lathe.stl sample file in brown PLA at 2x scale on my Printrbot Simple. 0.15 mm layer height, 3 perimeters, 6 bottom layers, 0 top layers, and 0 infill.
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