Dual color trivase

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Dual color trivase by sylefeb May 18, 2013

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This is the beautiful tri-vase from joo (Thing 16378) turned into dual extrusion using IceSL ( http://webloria.loria.fr/~slefebvr/icesl/ ).


This object can only be printed with IceSL:
(I included G-Code for a Replicator1 Dual + Sailfish 7.4)

  • Download all files (.lua,.sh and .stl) as well as IceSL
  • Copy the files in the 'icesl/bin' directory of IceSL
  • Launch 'IceSL trivase.lua' (or drag and drop trivase.lua on IceSL.exe)
  • Setup printer parameters
  • Click on 'slice'
  • This generates trivase.gcode ('icesl/bin' directory)
  • Load the G-code into your favorite printing software (e.g. ReplicatorG)
  • Print

This vase was printed on a Replicator 1 Dual + Sailfish 7.4 + ReplicatorG 40r16, 0.2 layer height, 100% infill, 2 shells, 2 covers.

IceSL makes it very easy to generate dual-extrusion prints simply by writing a shader - in this case trivase.sh. The function selecting color is:

int g = int(p.z6.0+1.2sin(p.y5.0)+0.7cos(p.x*3.0));

where p.xyz is a 3D point of the object in space. The result 'g' is the identifier of the printing head (0 => T0, 1 => T1).

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Yes. Please upload the separate STLs or an AMF.

Hi - I can't, since the colors here are generated by a procedural function using IceSL 'slice shaders'. There are no meshes, everything is done when generating the G-Code.

The simplest way to print it is to use IceSL: http://www.loria.fr/~slefebvr/icesl/
The model is included in the install package.

Let me know how it goes.

Hi! Can you upload the separate stl files for the colors? I'd like to try this one out :) Thanks, Riku.