Coquetier - Eggcup

by gregoware, published

Coquetier - Eggcup by gregoware Jul 20, 2014

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Un coquetier en style Voronoi
An eggcup with Voronoi style

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MakerBot Replicator 2





How I Designed This

Designed with Blender


Layer Height : 0.20 mm
Infill : 10%
Number of Shell : 4

Printed successfully on Makerbot Replicator 2 in PLA and in NinjaFlex.

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parametric | art :: generative easter egg
Coquetier - Eggcup

thanks for the Blender-file :-) Like to learn your knowhow :-)

I use Blender (source file included)
Printed with a Makerbot Replicator 2

I've been using mashlabs, do you have a link to an online tutorial or something for how to do what you did in blender?

Jul 23, 2014 - Modified Aug 23, 2014
gregoware - in reply to WrangerMan

Not yet ... I have to do one.
If you are familiar with Blender, I mostly use two modifiers : "Wireframe" and "Subdivision Surface". You can see the parameters in the ".blend" file.
If not, .... wait my tutorial ! I will publish it here.

What program did you use?