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Canopic Jar set

by cerberus333, published

Canopic Jar set by cerberus333 Jan 26, 2013

Description

set of four
scale as desired
this time i followed the traditional
tapering plug design

models based on the picture i posted
This was modeled for a request.

modeled in sculptris and truespace5

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Thanks. I will at some point do an upadate to the model.
dude this is awesome
Started printing today myself. These things are BIG at full size. Didn't realize quite how large :). One thing - the actual vase part of the print has very thick walls. It means that the printer solid fills them rather than just doing shells. It increases print time massively. Any chance of thin shell ones?

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Instructions

Not printed yet
Infill of 10% is my best guess for the tops to come out ok

I have included the files of the tops and jar and plug in .obj format
for those who might want to resize and otherwise use the forms
(add a scanned head as a top?)
anyhoots thought it would be something someone out there might want to play with
dude this is awesome
Thanks. I will at some point do an upadate to the model.
This is excellent - if I have my appendix or tonsils taken out, I now have a place to keep them.
Hmm maybe I need to use one for my kidney stones!
They look great! I can't wait to print them out later. BTW you have an extra "H" in the title of the thing I believe they are "canopic" jars not "canophic" jars.
thanks,
I dropped the H
Looks great! I think you really knocked these things out of the park! I'm going start printing them today.
Started printing today myself. These things are BIG at full size. Didn't realize quite how large :). One thing - the actual vase part of the print has very thick walls. It means that the printer solid fills them rather than just doing shells. It increases print time massively. Any chance of thin shell ones?
thanks.
I hope they print ok, I have to wait for it to warm up a bit before I can
get back online. My garage is too cold to print !!
Yes, winter isn't 3d printer friendly. FYI I've used a $20 space heater from walmart to heat the corner I was printing in and that work fine.
Yeah I am working on a cabinet with a spaceheater and a thermostat to both print and hopefully dry out filament.
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