Liquid Fuel Bottle Feet

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Liquid Fuel Bottle Feet by walter Apr 23, 2017
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Fuel bottle feet, to help stabilize a whitegas fuel canister on rough surfaces. Printed with a 0.5mm extrusion width in vase mode, using TPU filament. The size will probably need to be adjusted if using a different extrusion width or a rigid filament. I'm using with a Soto fuel canister, but most other whitegas canisters should have the same diameter. Printed with Sainsmart Transparent TPU filaments*.

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Insane accuracy!
Why has the part solid pieces (e.g in the middle) where later should be holes?

It's printed in vase or spiral mode, which prints only the outline in a single continuous curve (not retraction or travel moves). I think most slicers (but probably not all) have this as an option. I just added a new picture which shows the toolpath more clearly.

Very cool!
I know of vase mode but i have never seen it done like this. Impressive.