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No, you just need to use appropriate slicer settings. Most slicers have a "vase mode' which means it will print a solid stl without infill and without a top surface, resulting in a vase-shape. This is the best way to get good results for this type of shape since you can then control the wall thickness to exactly one perimeter/line width (or whatever you like). Even better, you can choose a spiral mode (in cura for example) to print the whole shape in a continuous movement and avoid layer change artifacts.