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Plus Vase

by BenitoSanduchi, published

Plus Vase by BenitoSanduchi Feb 7, 2013
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Another pretty object from a late night lofting session.
Shown printed in Taulman 618 on Garolite. Loving it.

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Print hollow, no top layers.

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Do you happen to have a lid for this? I'd like to use this as a Go stone bowl. The one I tried to design looks, well, not nearly as good as your vase (to put it mildly). I don't have the knowledge to do all the faucets. I know this is an "old" model, but I can't lose anything to ask. Thanks for any help!

Another lovely vase, and great photos!

Where did you get the Garolyte from?
how hard is it to remove the print from it?

McMaster, like SystemsGuy said, though I couldn't find something similar on Amazon. :) It does take a little care to remove the prints. Seems like the best way to alleviate that problem a bit is taping off a portion of the base. See http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:43634http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... . I just pry around the edges with a blade and haven't had any real problems. Don't squish the first layer down too much, not necessary.

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McMaster Carr or Amazon ;-)

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