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Spiral cube

by JustinSDK, published

Spiral cube by JustinSDK Apr 16, 2017

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Summary

It's inspired by a public art work in Taiper city, Taiwan. I tried to create a model based Stick Tower; however, there're still other ways to design this. Different strategies will have different styles.



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Printer:

CR8

Rafts:

No

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.2 mm layer

Infill:

20%

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I noticed you have some unjoined triangles on this mesh. I remeshed it and uploaded a copy here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2434091

Spiral Cube (remeshed)

Actually, it was already repaired by 3D Builder. I guess that different algorithms determine unjoined triangles in different ways.

@JustinSDK Would you mind if I share your model on Prusa3D Pinterest page? Thank you

I don't mind :)

What were your print settings? Did you use supports? Thanks.

I added print settings in the description. Yes, I used supports.

I printed this both with and without supports. "Without" came out much better, as I had no problems with overhangs at all. I used PLA on an Orig. Prusa MK2S. Cool little object, BTW.

Apr 19, 2017 - Modified Apr 19, 2017

You print this in PLA? Beautiful print.

Yes, PLA.

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